Monthly Archives: January 2016

I remember


Standing in the crackling brown grass I lift my face to the gray-white sky, eyes closed I feel the tiny snowflakes as they fall on my face. I open my eyes and I can see my breath in the cold … Continue reading

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Rain or Shine


Every morning I’d see her sitting on the stoop as I passed by on my way to the bus stop. She was very old with muffin crumbs in her whiskers and coffee stains down her front. She would never speak … Continue reading

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Stranger on the Train


She looked right through me as I sat on the cold plastic seat of the subway. Her elbows, encased in a carpetbagger cardigan with thick cuffs and a pointed raggedy corduroy collar, rested on the knees of her black pants. … Continue reading

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Night talks


It’s cold but we don’t care as we try to solve the worlds problems or talk about nothing at all. After more than thirty years we never run out of things to say. We shiver under our blankets and shift … Continue reading

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