A Pantoum

“I prayed to the universe,” she said. She believed that rocks and dust could do. But rocks and dust have no consciousness. Doing requires planning and creation.   She believed that rocks and dust could do. But rocks just lay in place until they are used. Doing requires planning and creation. An intelligent hand then... Continue Reading →

Things Bella Taught Me

Bella thinks she owns us. And we enable her megalomania. Proof of her self-consciousness is her voice. On the end of the couch, Bella gave her low-muffled "grrr" as if to say to Bev, "Get out-of-the-way, I want to lay between you and Dad." Later, sitting upright on the floor, she gave her really shrill... Continue Reading →

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