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shaken

attendant upon you, shaken by your beauty Shaken by your beauty Shaken. –William Carlos Williams   I was sitting back enjoying a cold Carlsberg and savoring the hygge of relaxing with Mel on a sunny afternoon. Melody Bride is my … Continue reading

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the ashes

  She chose to be cremated and it sickened me, but I had no say in the matter. It was Mother’s wish—as was her hand-written will leaving the run-down estate to me, on condition I agreed, ‘to reside therein a … Continue reading

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facing demons

  I get spooked when I see Nate Granger. I don’t like psychiatrists. “So, you’re still handling the holy heat?” Nate leans back and puts up his feet—puts his soft leather cowboy boots right up on his five thousand dollar … Continue reading

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