Monthly Archives: December 2011

DEJA VU

1. After the flood that flushed her like shit down the river, she is cradling her dead child in her arms. She doesn’t see the crowd milling around her, speechless like the clouds. O How she had probably wanted to … Continue reading

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BLUE TIDINGS

1. The Vargas coffee shop has been shut down… The kitchen has been demolished, chairs & tables cleared out of the aisle like a toothless gum that eerily smiles. Trees outside stare down bristling with its gentle breeze in the … Continue reading

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Declension

1. He hears about Jorge Luis Borges, the fabled Argentinian, who met a woman of “concrete indifference.” O How unhappy he was: so he wrote it out of his system – that’s what allegedly writers do to survive, anyway. But … Continue reading

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