Tag Archives: Victoria Nordlund

Telogen Effluvium

After my mom passed, I found a few strands of hair on my shoulders/in the shower/on my pillow It didn’t bother me at first because I had an abundance to spare but soon I found clumps in my brush. They … Continue reading

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Winter Break Litany

After Billy Collins The crumbs on the tablecloth, the unwashed plates on this counter, and that empty bottle of wine next to the Yankee candles without wicks. Also, the water spot on the ceiling, the dribbles from the dog’s bowl, … Continue reading

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Revision

An articulated skeleton is one with the various parts connected in such a way as to demonstrate normal relationships and allow motion between components as in the living body. Years bleach memories clean. Stains removed. Colors fade. Threads unravel with … Continue reading

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Reading about Architecture with a Migraine

“Beautiful buildings are more than scientific…they are true organisms, spiritually conceived; works of art…” – Frank Lloyd Wright I read today that Frank Lloyd Wright’s roofs leak too. That rain spills into the organic curves of his soaring ceilings. That … Continue reading

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