Category Archives: Writing

Steel doors

We headed to court in a bucking van, but it couldn’t shake me out of a major funk. For eight days, I had slept, cold and alone, in the keep of a forbidding gray monolith. I had been snatched away … Continue reading

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Notice on courthouse wall

Barely seen barely peeking under clutch of notices like leaves from a tree barely hung about to fall   Hands dig though discord notice isolated   Unclaimed body Clayton Anderson died Jan. 16, pneumonia – still with us — must … Continue reading

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Village elder

Honduras,  2018

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China blue

The design shop owner spoke to a friend on her phone, a big brown box of Grandma’s china sat on the counter, an arc of my covenant, an opening in top where the word could get out, but not today … Continue reading

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Young man

Young man big red can frozen to camper big white old ready to go – cold Stocking cap purple in back stung hands chapped bitter wind slapped strong gray bold temps break mode Sleeping bag lady large green weighty cold … Continue reading

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Love the sun season

photo by Chuck Wanager

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