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Tag Archives: Tom Holmes
I drag around one mother like everyone does, I’ve another I made from hope, and there’s the one I look for but will probably not find – not one mom among them. Tom Holmes is the founding editor of Redactions: … Continue reading
Thomas, you will experience I-90, its long stretch from Boston to Seattle and Rochester to Buffalo between, where it cuts twice through a mountain, where you’ll have your first memory – gray-haired lady without a face, rearview mirror, radio knobs … Continue reading
I was born a husky boy with a fringe of red hair no doubt from your blood or maybe dad’s. Who knows? Not me. Maybe you do, maybe? I mean, you wrote dad’s eyes had the color of unknown. Didn’t … Continue reading
Someone closed the shades. Nurses and doctors stepped in and out. What they allowed me to hold in my arms could slip away like dawn into morning. I said, “could.” We understood it to be “would,” but I didn’t know … Continue reading
You glance at the head mirror and turn away. His stethoscope is also more powerful than you. Between your legs, an egress with a prisoner’s bulbous eyes escapes before end of term. Toes fall in its mouth. You look to … Continue reading
The mustached nun wraps you in her scarf, holds you out the window, and you struggle as someone laughs. I laugh like someone yawned. “Drop it in the garden,” I say, “let it blossom.” Don’t listen. Read my mind – … Continue reading