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    The Diversion

    I wasn’t supposed to be in Beirut in December 1993. I certainly wasn’t supposed to be in a hotel cafe, drinking thick coffee while a dust storm raged ...

    On November 21, 2020 / By
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    Types of Animals

    after Borges some by branching   by bivalve   by colony   by loping   by leaping some disguised in waiting   in watching   by blending in motion some in color   in welcome  ...

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    Agnes Varda, Bill Viola: Two Poems

    Agnes Varda: The Ardent Background   Always in the background of her films, landscape as seeing at times through a window. framed by a curtain held back by ...

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    Mourning in the Time of COVID-19

    Tuesday, April 21st: “Mom’s in the ER. Dr. recommends hospice,” reads a text from my sister. My mother’s dementia is not new but this message from my sister ...

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    Capacitance

    Coronary sinus that fills and releases. Cascading breath falls to basin. Small branches stretched exhaling temperamental at best. Thumbprints on frosted glass. Windows outlooking lots. Full of forgotten ...

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    Here’s How It Will Go

    The chest cage and diaphragm, with expansive spirit, cooperate one last time, the discomfort at the depth of the intake a reason to pause, with a sense of ...

    On November 10, 2020 / By

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    Types of Animals

    after Borges some by branching   by bivalve   by colony   by loping   by leaping some disguised in waiting   in watching   by blending in motion some in color   in welcome  ...

    On November 19, 2020 / By
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    Agnes Varda, Bill Viola: Two Poems

    Agnes Varda: The Ardent Background   Always in the background of her films, landscape as seeing at times through a window. framed by a curtain held back by ...

    On November 17, 2020 / By
  • In Sickness and In Health 0

    Capacitance

    Coronary sinus that fills and releases. Cascading breath falls to basin. Small branches stretched exhaling temperamental at best. Thumbprints on frosted glass. Windows outlooking lots. Full of forgotten ...

    On November 12, 2020 / By

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    The Diversion

    I wasn’t supposed to be in Beirut in December 1993. I certainly wasn’t supposed to be in a hotel cafe, drinking thick coffee while a dust storm raged ...

    On November 21, 2020 / By
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    Divertimento

    Half past noon on a weekday, the middle of summer. Sunny and hot. The flags outside the municipal buildings sway not in the least, which is a way ...

    On November 3, 2020 / By
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    The Cowboy Channel

    The men focus on their poker hands and their glasses of whiskey, preoccupied, as if the saloon is their shared workspace. No one looks up when the new ...

    On September 27, 2020 / By

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