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Valentine

If you’re walking in love, you don’t have to fear never finding it. You can’t rush it Or fall into it. You must become fertile—tenderhearted, So that when the seeds are sown, naturally, they will grow into life giving substance … Continue reading

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The weight of Infatuation

Our heart is a stack of bricks, we hand back and forth, a pulsing, unintentional rhythm, paced to build a cozy home, or a retaining wall. * Face to face, we sit, clutching generic porcelain mugs, marking our bodies like … Continue reading

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Disconnection

The way a dandelion appears to die, then releases a seed to float and begin again. * How skin, so soft, steers us to bondage, the confines of our own curiosity and separateness. * How we walk along, loved by everything … Continue reading

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Let Ride

Stones ***** We are souls, poured, then frozen into the cracks of coffee shops, Chiseled free through our scribblings,   thin and cracking confessions. * The girl in the tight, window-case dress speaks above the folk-style band, into her cell, … Continue reading

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Even healthy relationships can be fragile.

Even good relationships can be fragile, fragile as ice. It’s easy to skate along in the winter.  Then, at the change of season, just as you feel the warmth of the sun on your skin, and enjoy the rubber-band snaps … Continue reading

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Tis the season to be crafty…

Now, before we begin, I must already justify my terrible title. By crafty, I don’t mean deceptive. Although, Christmas in general has become crafty, since it sneaks up around Halloween! On Black Friday, I stayed home. Oh wait, by “stayed … Continue reading

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I don’t like reading. Cure me!

I have a confession. Recently, I organized a book club to meet with NWC friends and keep reading. I knew I needed accountability. As an English student, and student of life (hahaha), I know reading is an essential tool for … Continue reading

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