Tag Archives: Summer

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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4th

Summers are getting poignant.   When I was younger the summer’s were relentlessly, joyously moving in one direction, like a river.  They unfolded new and without a past. Now I still float along in my summer, but I am seeing … Continue reading

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Summer

Rickety pickets finally emerge after months of gray sodden slodgy snow; the fences are as thawed as the ground, gates in fences are now open. One day I walk outside and the air is lilacs and honeysuckle. The sky turned … Continue reading

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Summer

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