Tag Archives: Jose Saramago

Homage

so much depends upon a pink and yellow bloom curled by fall wind above the vivid sneaker. So goes an homage to William Carlos Williams. I need a break from the heavy kind of writing.  Today’s prompt asked us to … Continue reading

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Sign of the Times

I couldn’t even write the above title without a peppy REM soundtrack. The sign that struck me tells its viewers to do something that scares them–or, judging by its use of capitalization, THEM and not necessarily anyone else–every day. Jim couldn’t have followed … Continue reading

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(Weekly Photo Challenge: Home) Longing and Belonging

During the past several months I’ve probably given more thought to the idea of “home” than I ever had before. “The Glennon family was home,” said Uncle Randy at my husband’s memorial service, referring to Jim’s purchase of his very … Continue reading

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Renewal: Bathed in Blue

I am not one of those people who never makes the same mistake twice. I took the wrong exit once again this week and found myself stopped in traffic at a long red light at precisely the same spot where … Continue reading

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