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Lightness

To air is human, to deflate, a mortal rite– no tracks in the sand.

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Pop

Escape from sadness in every breath you take– bouquet of balloons.

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Breakfast with Kafka

I awoke to find I was Holly Golightly– Kafka’s dream, debugged.

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Dateline

Perishable pink, sound of music in flowers– Grace, noted, dates well.

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Reboot

Another Red Dawn or Day of the Living Dead? Shit, old scripts die hard.

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Fur

Runaway model on Heaven’s 7th catwalk– Go to tell, PETA.    

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Little Red

To clearly separate¬†fiction from fact: Little Red ran, not in terror, but to grab an ax from the back of her well-stocked shed– the Wolf, as you can plainly see, never stood a chance against Little Red’s darker twin, Wrath, … Continue reading

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Anne Sexton

  In a ballroom gown, the suicide was delayed– Beauty, will you stay?    

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Entry

You cannot have her, many women in one cloak– split down the middle?    

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Anais’s Verizon Plan

With a diarist’s intimacy and candor, Anais composed her dawnrise text to Henry and then hit SEND, grateful for the fast-flying expedient breath of a cellular technology that had yet to be invented.  

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