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There you were. A fist-sized, smiling blonde, blue-scarved and blue-eyed, with lots of nested potential. Sturdy. Hard to knock down. But there was that long-legged one with the improbable chest. And that other one, soft as a pillow. An orphan … Continue reading
When I was five, my father gave it away. He said I looked like a turtle. I thought he just meant posture, head sticking out forward from rounded shoulders, or maybe I just wasn’t quick, or couldn’t get a hold … Continue reading
Two twisted spruce stand stubborn on the high bluff’s edge, their entangled roots like talons gripping the exhausted rock. It’s a cliff the wind’s rubbed raw, blowing from the north hard and steady since before the glaciers left. Greenery more … Continue reading