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Dodging bicycles

This poem takes on the conflict between bicycles and pedestrians sharing the same sidewalk. Where is city policy on this? Continue reading

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My memories of the party are visual: photos, faces, continuous white noise video smiling eyes, gesturing fingers, hands, nose-to-nose discussions, sipping ideas in the dim bar, children in a booth friends, relatives, companions gathered to celebrate life—it plays like a … Continue reading

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The new lady was formidable: Scottish, she straddled continents and the conversation at our familiar dinner table as she would mount a feisty mare for an afternoon canter; and she was sitting next to me. In the midst of the … Continue reading

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