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Tag Archives: Julie Ramon
Drive into Kansas. Study the lines— the empty spaces between rows of crops. Notice the crows, like black stitches on telephone poles. Apply pressure to the pedal, your hands. Know you’ll never be sure how much until you begin. Let … Continue reading
He prefers the flat wheat fields of Kansas. His feet know how to climb up muddy strip pits, a gift from Big Brutus. He knows which dirt roads lead to buffalo, abandoned barns, a spot to pull over and touch. … Continue reading
it was fall, and the sun was setting on Kansas, a face that peeked up from behind fields, chat piles and Brutus. I remember you asked if I had ever seen a strip pit and let the answer dictate the … Continue reading