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A Snowy Day in America

While gentle flakes caress the ground and temperatures blush scarf-wrapped faces, the most fortunate may plan for shopping or visiting fire-lit bistros; tradesman may sigh with guiltless relief for a day of rest with family; and the least fortunate—lacking homes, … Continue reading

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The Girl at the End of the Pew

Here is a vignette of mine published this month in Sleet Magazine. The Girl at the End of the Pew

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Two Forces

Between two forces—one pulling us toward the person we are destined to be, the other toward the person we long to become—lies a liminal space of infinite possibilities. A place of continuingly coming into being, where words, faith, intention, and … Continue reading

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Street at the End of Time

Photo courtesy of marcolm at FreeDigitalPhotos.net After she vanished, I felt the weight of isolation and the bitter irony of birds singing as tears streamed down my face. Vonnegut would have understood – “and so it goes.” The stones were … Continue reading

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