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Fables Reimagined

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They Are Their Own

Do you know where your children are? Or rather who, in their ripening pedigree and new language they are in the process of becoming? Make no mistake They are not nor have they ever been yours belonging infinitely to the … Continue reading

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Once Upon a Time

Cover reveal for Once Upon a Time: Classic Fables Reimagined. I had the fun assignment of adapting fifteen classic fables, to be paired with the vintage illustrations of Paul Bransom (which originally appeared in the 1921 book, An Argosy of … Continue reading

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Kingdom

In childhood’s kingdom, grace-slicked glee and romp– winter moon watching.

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Kissing

She told me, and I quote: “As a pagan-gnostic-pop-mystic, my religion is kissing– the ground, stones, twigs, children’s nubby fingers, hems of clothing, mouths.” To prove her word devout, she kissed me on the lips, then deeper, and I received … Continue reading

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Jack and Jill

Soft serve ice cream date, Jill kissed Jack’s cheek just because– Love never grows old.

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Sunday’s Children

(Written in response to Joe Sorren’s “While the Trucks on the Highway all Howl”) While the trucks on the highway all howl, beneath a milk-bottle sky, Sunday‚Äôs children, curious and bulb-headed, lay vigorous claim to Paradise. Non-profit architects, they sit … Continue reading

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