Tag Archives: legacy

Half The Woman

I don’t remember if I said goodbye to you at all. I was away, so far and living the dream, a sordid tale, the novella you would abhor. You, who had the sweetest heart in later years, your thick glasses … Continue reading

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Death and the Road to Awe

Oppenheimer’s brilliant light cast a shadow so great upon the mesa that the yawning maw of humanity stood stock still in shock, in awe, in an evolutionary grimace for days to come. Trinity, he called it. Vishnu, he said, with … Continue reading

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the hum will become one

When the birds sing, their voices amplified by the running of sap and the eagerly beating wings of bees, the  sickle Moon hangs in a mottled sky, waiting. It won’t be long until scattered clouds and the rings of Saturn … Continue reading

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pawns, peasants and slaves

Imagine this: the concept of owning a slave surfaced like a boil on the face of the planet 12,000 years ago. Certainly it was not when bipedal males of the genus Homo habilis were developing stone tools over 2 million … Continue reading

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