Monthly Archives: December 2014


Muzzy light buzzed – saturated. He drifted. “Jimmy?” The sails fill, then scrape and shake against the stays. He comes about. Silence in the wind’s hole and then the breeze catches. He pulls the boom sheet tight. The boat rises … Continue reading

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Pioneer Post – Becoming Our Parents

We have an old refrigerator. It’s not stainless steel, French door or bottom freezer but it has an icemaker I never hooked up because I am paranoid about hoses and connections springing leaks. Late at night, I hear this robot … Continue reading

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12-2-2014 – Blessing, Kelsey

Sun buffed stunned water Wind-wrapped sail tips boat to edge Race for hot toddy

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