Tag Archives: transportation

My History in Parts

We took your mother’s car. (Pushed) through bramble across mud and rocks. It ends in a stainless steel kitchen, still slick from high tide. Nothing swallows the hunger, (or ever does) bite through a fence. The outline of an overpass, … Continue reading

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Passenger.

I cannot unwrite what has been told by history. Moving forward along the Hudson, in the second to last car, I think about my grandfather. His tenement on East 51st was evacuated when the U.N. was being built. My roommate … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday (how i learned holy)

I get to church late. I’m not so good at holy, but the cello and guitar sound beautiful. They are already singing. I spot Steph and her girls near the back. I feel a great sense of ownership over both … Continue reading

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