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Attention, Extraterrestrial Visitors!

Notice: Our spacecraft are not weaponized. But our young men are armed–against each other. Therefore, do not wear our disguise. That would have side effects. Which is a side effect, life, or death? Bring answers. You will leave with doubts. … Continue reading

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Either or Both

Death, in the orderly procession of seasons, cloaked as bulbs, roots stems. leaves, blooms—hides from its gardeners. Daffodils trumpet gold; although quite deadly from bulb to blossom, they “flutter…in the breeze” says Wordsworth. Bleeding hearts, rose or pink, pendant from … Continue reading

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Crickets

Cicadas, of course; and crickets. Provence thinks it owns cicadas: Ceramic cicadas, cicadas printed on tablecloths, Wind-up cicadas click, click, click. As one who’s returned from France to homeland cicadas in Maryland, Virginia, Ohio. I feel closer to crickets. The … Continue reading

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