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Sun sets on the real world

Not sure if I have ever needed anything enough to know if I hoped for it for real. Something in me resists hope. Part of it is my personality–I can be, I am, fine with this little bit, less even, … Continue reading

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Forgetting

Miller sat across from me in the exam room. The crescent scar on his scalp was healed. A month ago there was a six inch divot scooped out from the right side of his head as from a reckless eight … Continue reading

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Five or Four

This is a picture of a leaf of two of five rectangles of four of yellow of a line of the side of a building of a crack of a sidewalk of right angles of a game or someone else’s … Continue reading

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Right Sized

I was told as a kid to never think of myself as above anyone. Later I spent years in therapy trying to sort out why I believed I was less than everyone. Humility, for me, means that I am right … Continue reading

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Where The Truth Is

When I lie, it is automatic. I don’t think about it–although it is coming straight from my brain. My mouth opens and out it comes and I then have the chore of living with it, embellishing it (you thought the … Continue reading

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