Tag Archives: Tony Walton

Punching the Moon

There are delving days when the ink blue sea whispers to me in a sexy voice, “Come over here boy, and give me a kiss.” “Hell no, girl! I am not easy like that! Anyway, I have too much to … Continue reading

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A pleasant Sunday drive

There are no disagreements as we drive along, encased safely in the car, a road split by the center line. Practiced vowels, consonants and syllables roll predictably with the hum of tires. Each topic measured as the roadside poles, the … Continue reading

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Indentations and the Female Psyche

There has been an empty space to the left of her for some time. All that remains is an indentation. Those who slept on that side were kind, some she will not forget, others are             forgotten. Some stayed for just … Continue reading

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