Daily Archives: June 15, 2012

WHILWIND

WHIRLWIND “Though I were right my own mouth might condemn me.”  Job 9, 20   In failing August light, heat ballets, prances tasseled fields: golden cornstalks turn away. His six year old daughter, with eyes that comb, reaches through the … Continue reading

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NEAR THE FALLS

NEAR THE FALLS   His gray line, fed through gnarled fingers, will feather back on looping grooves. Arthritic hips and knees will dip and spasm in the undulating rhythms of an old angler trolling the sun-danced river. A hand-tied orange … Continue reading

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