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“He said that? you heard him? The bastard! / I used to love him. Some ways I still do… / but honey, don’t believe all you hear. / He can put it on Larry King Live, / he can write it up in the Bible / for every preacher to preach, / it’ll still be a goddamn lie….” A poem for National Poetry Month. Continue reading
A photo by Janson Jones of Avalanche Creek in Glacier National Park, Montana inspired nostalgia for the state where I lived the first half of my life — and I share a bunch of my own photos of Glacier Park.
This is how I’m feeling today: clear & clean. A cool breeze feeling (though it’s cold water in the picture). Among many things I’m reminded of by these rocks and the water over them, I am reminded of my mom, … Continue reading