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My Own Private Penguin

2016’s nine favorite stateside phone camera shots include nine geese-a-flying, six ports, four seasons (heavy on autumn), three states, two sunsets and sunrises, and one heart-shaped bivalve immobilized by the weight of burnished sand. At the center of my array … Continue reading

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Mirrored Mosaic Magic

    “Are dreams the limpid discourse between the facets of a crystal block?”…  “The world is of glass. You know it by its brilliance, night or day.   The earth turns in a mirror. The earth turns in a scarf….” … Continue reading

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Curve Ball

  Soft curves, sharp focus. Black layers edged in curls of the setting sun’s reflected light on a cloudless night. The white is an illusion; he will blend seamlessly into night within the hour. Red-winged blackbirds seem in a frenzy … Continue reading

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Jubilation in Unlikely Places

What does jubilation look like? Does it look the same to the grieving as it does to those not mired in grief? Jubilation is different in kind, and not merely in magnitude, from happiness–and happiness itself may seem out-of-reach to those … Continue reading

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