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A Wishbone Sunset and a Journey Home

  July 16th, 2016. At the appointed late afternoon hour,  one of our daughters was a wedding guest several hours away. She was in the same chapel where, at a service of remembrance four winters ago, the sun had suddenly … Continue reading

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An Olive Sunset

Finally, a haiku writing challenge!  Faithful readers are aware of my unfortunate/propensity for haiku/on odd occasions. Haiku, it is been reported (by at least one chipper laboratory rat), is among poetic forms so powerful as to possess healing powers. Here, in haiku form, are … Continue reading

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The Best Seats in the House

At sunset the best seats in the house (metaphorically speaking) turned out to occupy a waterfront graveyard. This snippet of synesthesia—the musical sunset–brought to mind the story of death (lower case “d” intended; Saramago fans will understand) and the cellist. … Continue reading

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Seacoast Sunset

Claude Debussy said, “There is nothing more musical than a sunset.”

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