Category Archives: fragility

It’s Valentine’s Day & I’m Seeing Red

So. This is Valentine’s Day. How’s your heart? Mine is a seething volcano of wtf- is-the-matter-with-otherwise-sensible-people-today, which is probably why I’m breaking a nearly yearlong blog silence to give you some true love in rough fashion. First, let me establish … Continue reading

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For Frida, Who Brought the Wag & the Love

Years ago I wrote a post, While I Write, My Dog Waits for Me, all about our faithful Frida Beano who came to us unexpectedly and changed our lives: “Funny thing, after being assured that we were unable to have children, … Continue reading

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Places: An Elegy

I’m pleased to share news from my partner in life, David L. White, as we enjoy his latest publication.  His poem, “A Sonnet Just South of Kyrene and Chandler”, is freshly printed in the fall, 2014 edition of Southwestern American … Continue reading

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