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A Good Talk


You said, “I have something I was thinking about telling you, but I wish I knew how you’ll take it.” Your truth wasn’t something I had to “take”. I love you, actual you, real you, all of you. Knowing more of … Continue reading

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A Poem for Solstice


I always find Solstice oddly bittersweet. I rest into the dark, have myself a long and shadowy dream time, and when the light begins to call with news of pending industriousness? I can’t help but look back. No one expresses this better … Continue reading

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