Monthly Archives: August 2013

Narcissism

When children grow to adulthood, they leave many things behind, unfinished Spaghettios, mac and cheese, little plastic figures from Saturday morning TV superheroes, and piles of unwashed clothes. If we are lucky, they also leave behind self-absorption. Narcissism serves for … Continue reading

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8-28-2013

Scoured wind-seared granite Americas Pacific portal Patagonia

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8/18/2013- Lake Michigan Haiku

White cloud curls skyward Flattened on summer’s anvil Steel blue light morning

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Fishing Trip

They stand around gas pumps. They’re usually male, a little long in the tooth, but occasionally there are younger men also, sucking on “Mountain Dews’ and munching bags of “Skittles” or “Doritos”. They caravan. It’s made up of at least … Continue reading

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