Tag Archives: Sean J. Mahoney

Spider

Even with the moon nearly full night is thick with design. I pour myself out onto the porch, stretch in splashes of light when, inches below the edge of the eave, a skitter catches my eye. Inching over silky filament, … Continue reading

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light kissing

You’re in a car, driving, windows ajar, singing, moving under overpasses, the two of you, us, together and somewhere, away, down near the horizon there, is the first kiss. Mechanicals that tinker with color specs and a play of light … Continue reading

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Lourdes

they came to the hillside of oranges with their canes and their nurses to say good-bye. you taught. they came with cancer; sometimes the both of them though at different stages. they came with broken bones and young children who … Continue reading

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Plastic

Cicadas stopped singing at 2 when the bell rung. Gentlemen let them swing freely. The currents between dissociate beings – like acute abstinences nestled in the grooves of loaded questions – were restored and burst forth into entire populations of … Continue reading

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Document Jockey

Through the morning crush hour I’d zip across the kill from last night’s early morning. Away from the financial meccas and urchins stuck to telephone poles that required paperwork and the deeds to yesterday. And once inside the title companies … Continue reading

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