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A Winter Day Remembrance

Haibun Dad’s grave is likely covered. I haven’t seen it since Rob, Mom and I last visited together. She had laid an evergreen wreath with some winter blossom, whose name I never knew. This...

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Contact

Short Story Nash couldn’t believe his incredible luck; all he wanted to do was work for NASA, and maybe get the chance to visit space, but now he was living his dream. When one...

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The Man

Poem The most heartbreaking thing I saw today Was a homeless man in Union Square with a sign that read HOMELESS VETERAN 82 Please help any work I’m a plumber Please need old clothes...

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Beauty And Noise

Poem The smell of plastic wrap And CD cases Old linoleum floors Under squeaky converse laces Holding the song in my hands Excited to listen whenever Excited to discover more No more elusive mysteries...

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Death Wish

Short Story 1. The 27th Birthday- Back then, everything was fine. Good days have a way of burning themselves deep in our memory, and then itching like a bitch every time it hurts later....

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Animal Dilemmas – Oak Tree Pheasant

Short Story The Pheasant was hazy with thought. The Satyr had stirred its brain and robbed it from peace and order. The Pheasant made it a point to avoid drifting creatures and their toxic...

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Snow Removal Irony

Haibun Another blizzard, another day off. I brush a half inch of water out of the garage before I start the snow-crusted Toro. The hum of the four-cycle motor fills the frigid air. The...

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Hole

Short Story   Tommy left home a lot. He would come over and hangout. We would play in an old play set outside my house. He didn’t talk a lot. There was woods across...