Tag Archives: Richard Shaw

Openings Into Things

1. Leaves surge to various reds begin releasing from the trees the vividness remaining is not what most captivates this autumn but the bare hollow places which have opened in between shadowy tunnels for our yearning to leap through into … Continue reading

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Lumen

To walk together in the solar flare of the beloved carrying luminous heart our ribcages glass lighthouse beacons barely containing their little suns I recall my surprise on Ocracoke Island at the discovery of what a diminutive bulb a lighthouse … Continue reading

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