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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
Posture–when, how and why did I assume this posture? Sloping back, rounded shoulders, not a stance willingly chosen. In a photograph with younger artists I saw my bent and aging profile, A question mark where I had thought an exclamation … Continue reading
At poolside or Starbuck’s, I watch them lounge, Other urbanites Who like to look at sunny cityscapes From under the cool of a large canvas umbrella. Year after year I draw them. As I become more compact in size— 5’6” … Continue reading
The shapely and the unshapely, We all slather sunscreen on our summer skin And stretch out on our lounges Either flat and dozing Or talking to nearby sun-mates. Or propped up to entertain ourselves With a little light summer reading. … Continue reading
Spring returns as fresh as grief, Leaf-covered iron arches lay askew all winter on random clods of earth. Weeds flourish where a brick path lay. A swath of wild phlox hides some scars. Some wounds might heal beneath This periwinkle bandage … Continue reading