Monthly Archives: March 2012

This Isn’t A Normal Story of Being Lost. I Am Not Afriad.

Dear, The bracken is thick. My throat is sore. These things are related. I have a pen but no knife. I left it in a box near the kitchen so you could find it. I was afraid. You know what … Continue reading

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I said, “I am good. I am safe. Thank you” (please respond)

You said, “I like to think that when they let go, they still feel safe.” Interesting juxtaposition to your resent barrage of deaths. This town, too, has seen a lot of death lately. No one I knew too personally, but … Continue reading

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I Really Do Think I’d Be a Basket Case if Not For Long Walks (His Response)

“How do you/Love the unlovable. You just do.” As I’ve written before, your poetry has so many vivid images, but it also takes on the big concepts, such as love. Obviously, poetry would take on love, but you do it … Continue reading

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The Thought of A Breakdown Was Enough to Free Me (Please Respond)

I’m going to take my own advice that I give to you, Don’t try. I miss you and it’s a long day, always. You wrote how editing and finishing is a death. What are you writing? Where are you walking? … Continue reading

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