Poetry

Monarch butterfly

Contemplation

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a Monarch settles on a spider milkweed withdrawing sap with suction-tube tongue for two of the minutes of our lives that remain we sit content… Read More »Contemplation
galaxy milky-way orbit

Memorium

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I introduce myself to you each time I visit each day your memories become ever smaller as neurons die leaving bitter holes in their place… Read More »Memorium
"Selection" of Hungarian Jews on the ramp at Auschwitz-II-Birkenau in German-occupied Poland, May/June 1944, during the final phase of the Holocaust.

Why We Remember

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The Shoah began not with the gas chambers but with crimes of indifference conspiracies of silence and distorted lies black as Schutzstaffel uniforms. Now anti-Semitic… Read More »Why We Remember
ancient burial cemetery cross

When I Die

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when I die bears will still go through cabins when nobody is home and ducks in circling flight will still come and drowse on warm… Read More »When I Die
origami crane handmade art

Folding

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Let me fold into you, sliding over crinkles and under creases, slipping into secret places, making origami hearts. Published in Winamop. Featured image by Miguel… Read More »Folding
Egg Sperm Winner Fertilization Sex Cell

Conjoining

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A million flagellated me’s seek one singular you; me ecstatic, you egg static love epitomized. Published in Winamop. Featured image license – Creative Commons Zero… Read More »Conjoining