Tag Archives: Road Trip

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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Rolling

When all of an ocean streams through me like a river, When the plane out the window follows the cirrus cloud lane When half the moon glints on the plane’s window, a wink to me When the midnight train wails … Continue reading

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Cow

My family is spread to the four corners of the country. 4 kids, four corners. One in Oregon, one in NYC, one in Cleveland, one in South Texas, in a prison. We learned from our parents, who fled Ireland for … Continue reading

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Road Trip

So there I am, standing, arms slack, on Highway 97. US 97 makes up the spine running through the middle of Oregon. I am somewhere on the cervical part of that spine up near the Washington border. Night’s coming on. … Continue reading

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