Tag Archives: Geordie de Boer

Visiting Hours

Your key fits the tumbler, you stumble in. The living room displays no trace of living, magazines arranged just so on the coffee table, all things put in their place. The kitchen’s stainless steel range sports no stains, no crumb … Continue reading

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A Matter of Observation

Flux happens, particles skidding who can say where, even flapping their hands like waves at times, acting diffidently when observed under the stark light of scrutiny as it stabs the eyeless dark. When the lights winked out she looked for … Continue reading

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Classification of Rivers

You named this river when it first carved its channel through your mind. You noted its turbulent rapids, the twists turned as it began to trace its course. Now, as it concedes to its immersion in the sea, ignorant of … Continue reading

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Bend in the Road

You careen around a tight curve in your mind, gears squealing, brakes stinking from trying to stay on the road of habitual thinking, feeling as spent as yesterday’s dollar, collar sticking to your neck, and you see what you’d never … Continue reading

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