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Whet

It’s funny how lust secretes its stories through text whetting metaphors. Advertisements

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Suitcases

Traveling light, dark, baggage claimed, left behind, she ordered her life, simply, through metaphor and blithe repetitions, expecting very little in return.     (Photo by Heather Ross)

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Distance

Fringing the stark shadow of a lucid twig, two fallen leaves court from the distance of metaphor.

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Baffle

It had been a long climb up the steps, and an even longer journey to get there. And now this. The man, who had been a boy when he started the trip, paused, to catch his breath, to settle into … Continue reading

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