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Three

6/100 Strangers Project Today, my three, my son, my wife and me, were sitting in a preop holding room in Portland at the university hospital. We walked in to the Multnomah pavillion– the word evokes presence and history at the … Continue reading

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Metronome

We stand side by side waving our arms beating time in the wind beautiful and senseless. I can’t get away from the turbines. The sound is the placental rhythm, the wind cut by the blade is the same as the … Continue reading

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Molten

Today I learned that 65% of the stars we see burning through the draped velvet are really double stars. If one looks through a telescope it is two stars most of the time.  I am thinking of relationships.  The bright … Continue reading

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Nothing There

My third grade teacher told me to take time to look around.  He suggested we look at our shoes, at the edges of windows where the dust was thick, at the middle of a blank wall.  Just look, he said, … Continue reading

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Trunk

  I have read that the distractions and addictions we play with are the branches and leaves of a tree.  The trunk of the tree is called codependence, a ridiculous word with no relationship by meaning to the word that … Continue reading

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