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Skeleton Sketches-Poetry and the Visual Arts

Sketch by Quinn Clarice Mae for an assignment to imagine a model without skin. What does it feel like to be a skeleton But not know you’re dead? It started at a tea party, my fascination with skeleton’s about town. … Continue reading

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Inner Space – A Constellation of Dog Eyes

  The hearts of dogs Shine through their Deep seeing eyes   Here see the complicated Nova of a dog’s universe. Atlas pierces this world with sky-colored eyes. World order keeps swirling with the circling help of the herders with … Continue reading

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Another Kind of Valentine

Tracing Pain She arrives late frail and with pain dimming her usually vivacious face. With thin white and shaking fingers, she traces the map of her pain.  Pain makes roads up and down her arm.  She knows each one, knows … Continue reading

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U-Turns- death

I hadn’t planned on twisting from birth with its newness and surprise to death. But thoughts rarely succumb to planning. They aren’t so different-birth and death-both come with newness and a surprise. The joy and celebration are quite different. I … Continue reading

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