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Tag Archives: Susan Doble Kaluza
before the discovery of an ancient plant, said to emit the lowest B flat ever recorded, the sound waves generated from the Black Hole were the deepest musical notes ever detected from an object in the Universe; it was the … Continue reading
Take his hair, for example. What once was dark and commanding, easily combed and molded into a pompadour now lies as flat as native grass, as soft and windswept, as white as the hoar frost that hugs the lip of … Continue reading
I imagine him a teacher—math perhaps— late 40s, enjoying one last run from polygons and geometric solids, admiring the handsome angles of his black Ducati as it swallows the yellow lines. I ponder these things while a man leaning drunkenly … Continue reading
He’s fine with us going to KFC for lunch. He’s 83. Yeah, he’d like some wings. I like how he turns the bones and examines the threads of meat, how his exasperation, his deliberate noisiness while chewing tells me he’s … Continue reading
And his voice, its nasally rasp, takes me back to my college dorm where I vowed my love to his lips and their unstruck chords, their half-parted, artful curve that defied description despite my nightly wine-drinking dances with adjectives to … Continue reading