Monthly Archives: August 2010

Lullaby

It’s midnight and I should be sleeping. Sleeping should be coming. I’ve got to be out at 7:30 in the morning. I should be sleeping. Back in New York. My body doesn’t want to miss it. Never wanted to miss … Continue reading

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Translucence for creation’s sake

How do I push through myself?  I am not blocked.  I am only too full of ideas and questions and memories and hopes to get anything linear out of my fingers.  I’ve got the road on the back of my … Continue reading

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Less than focused

I’ve got videos in mid edit.  A new computer to work off of, but I can’t figure out how to transfer my files.  I haven’t been in one place long enough to get help with that.  So many chapters in … Continue reading

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The Slow of Home

A lone poet in a cabin on a hill, draped in an oversized men’s dress shirt, bare feet on rungs of the black stool in her writing room.  Occasionally, she glances out at the blue ridges of the Catskill mountains … Continue reading

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