Monthly Archives: March 2012

And by paper, I mean Paper.

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A Little Note to Dotty, Regarding Getting a Cannon

Dear Dotty, Getting a cannon is SUCH a good idea. The other day I ran into the middle of the street out front of my house to yell at cars. One driver shrugged at me, but he had to nearly … Continue reading

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Because reading easy just isn’t really worth it.

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An excerpt, in which Capi has a moment in the sun, &c.

Then, blessing of blessings, out came the sun! Sun, whom we hadn’t seen for days and days, soothing us, healing us, blessing us. Sunday Harbour? Yes–but it was named for quiet Christian principles and little white churches; and we were … Continue reading

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A borrowed poem, a borrowed image

for white/gold brilliance. You (you) know this light I am talking about, the glow. (She-bear Capi grumbles berrybellied and impatient for me, so today h e r e space goes to white/gold.) For peaceful fortitude and an intelligent heart, the … Continue reading

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Watching over this inlet

The conventional scores in homemade videos about boating or cruising or sailing these parts tend to prefer folk or country, with whispery female sincerity so precious on the ear, or throttled frank and heartfelt with a meaty twang; some is … Continue reading

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Angel in the Sun

by William Turner, exhibited 1846

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