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Promissory

At the commonest altar, a stone is laid. A voice asks you to turn over the stone and find your name. You do as you are told, and then inform the voice that there is no name to be found, … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Punchline

The mind, locked in Time’s vice-grip, operating as a splicer and instrument of quartering and dissection, as if there really were isolated strips amounting to calendar-flipped years— 1923, 1932, 1974, 1980, 1999— as if Time were somehow real and not … Continue reading

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Perspective

To err, is human; to trust in the light, sublime– Breathing room required.   (Images by Heather Ross)

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