Tag Archives: Auggy March

Beginning Morning Nautical Twilight

The ceiling of moonlit clouds melts into the orange horizon. Frigid ridge lines coated in snow boil beneath the rising sun. Trees groan and sag as the heat thaws their frozen limbs. Light coruscates from the deer’s back. Gray and … Continue reading

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These Things Happen

The sky is a gloomy gray holocaust of clouds. A snow flake dives from the sky like an aerial bomb filmed plummeting at one thousand frames per second. The man catches the feathery ice crystal on his tongue and savors … Continue reading

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Mary Had a Marriage

He likes his coffee with cream but she makes it black. She knows he has been tonguing another woman. Some nights he comes home late. A pungent perfume clashes with the stink of latex and sweat, enveloping him the same … Continue reading

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