Monthly Archives: October 2016

Kept in the Dark

  The cold glass flattens her cheek as she peers through the grey haze of the net curtain. Outside the wind kicks leaves, blowing the distant sound of children’s laughter and the muffled rumble of traffic. A large clock measures … Continue reading

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The Locket

I opened the locket; it contained not a photograph or a lock of hair as I’d expected, but a tiny, gleaming iridescent scarab beetle. As it caught the light it glinted and the legs appeared to move. I was so … Continue reading

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Three Late Summer Haiku

  Late summer’s┬ádusk disorders ancient woods seasoned Autumnal tangle   Sharpened sky-shine etches deep shadowed earth foliage smell-memories fading   Panoramic eye-walking sweeping open skywide distant sculptural space

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