Tag Archives: Andrew Brady

After A Friend

All I wanted today was to drop into another chair and stare at a ceiling. All of us stood out in the after- noon. Standing among so much green and life, while a single violin played off to one side, … Continue reading

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From A Younger Sibling

We ran outside, into the afternoon, to the large pine in the backyard, the nook at its base like a space between arms. We ran as if to a third parent, when we heard a shot inside. You had both … Continue reading

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Logic of Illusion

Somewhere a sea breeze pulls at the shore Like a child at her mother’s coat, too unsure For words. She feels the sea in her eyes. We see this in passing.                                     We all are here, Tempted by things like shorelines … Continue reading

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