Tag Archives: Gary Glauber

Signal Chain

1. The fortune is apocryphal declaring her the sine qua non of health and prosperity, yet she finds the cookie in a filthy shopping mall dumpster. 2. She knows all the flatware pieces and the proper place setting order, a … Continue reading

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The Snowy Owl

She enhances the mountaintop in her little black dress, eager to be entertained by something other than the extraordinary snow-capped Alps surrounding her. Her awe is expressed in graceful contained movements, a small fork used to release meat from a … Continue reading

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Remembering When

They sat in the car, in the rain, in the woods, the commonality of their past hanging like a storm cloud, a shadow of complacency reminding of stolen glances from yesteryear, all that could have been, the delusion of moments … Continue reading

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Not for Us

The tenor and timbre are similar whether form response or personal: they speak of appreciating the chance to read, reread and carefully consider, but these aren’t quite right, they are not a good fit, in short, they are not for … Continue reading

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