Posts Tagged: Fear

Broken

My dear (dear) readers, I began this blog to tell stories of the things – both beautiful and base – that I see around me here in eclectic Boston.  It is meant to engage us in the everydays of our

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Broken

My dear (dear) readers, I began this blog to tell stories of the things – both beautiful and base – that I see around me here in eclectic Boston.  It is meant to engage us in the everydays of our

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The Warped Weft

Perhaps it was sudden A pang Some wet numbness A twinkling graininess over that last clear moment As crisp blue fades to grey Perhaps it went slowly A light Shed on the methodical blackness Of that darkest of our tightly

The Warped Weft

Perhaps it was sudden A pang Some wet numbness A twinkling graininess over that last clear moment As crisp blue fades to grey Perhaps it went slowly A light Shed on the methodical blackness Of that darkest of our tightly

Shared Puddle

I open the door to the achingly dim fall dawn I’d glimpsed through broken blinds before the mirror, sighing at the abstract thought of shortening sunlit hours only to turn and sough at the concrete colored clouds amassed over Symphony

Shared Puddle

I open the door to the achingly dim fall dawn I’d glimpsed through broken blinds before the mirror, sighing at the abstract thought of shortening sunlit hours only to turn and sough at the concrete colored clouds amassed over Symphony

Wait for the Light

He is always on that corner in daylight, lounging on a great, high-backed cement bench, surrounded by copper plaques green with time, by granite lions heads with ferocious snarls made melancholy in decades, cars and pedestrians bustling by in carefree

Wait for the Light

He is always on that corner in daylight, lounging on a great, high-backed cement bench, surrounded by copper plaques green with time, by granite lions heads with ferocious snarls made melancholy in decades, cars and pedestrians bustling by in carefree