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Half-Ruin

      Carol Ann Duffy, Great Britain’s poet laureate, wrote about her father’s death in the poem “Pathway“: ….[W]here he walked, the garden lengthened   to a changing mile which held all seasons of the year. He did not … Continue reading

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Autumn’s Cathedral

“What’s she doing, mommy?” The little boy nudges his mother, who is navigating a grassy park.  The rubber wheels of the stroller she pushes whoosh through leaves leached into shades of mustard and tan. The boy peeks around his mother … Continue reading

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