Monthly Archives: September 2013


“Chess” A game of chess is played by two My foe he sits across from me I ponder moving, patiently An inch of might – this nasty Bee. A staring contest now ensues I need an edge, but quietly I … Continue reading

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I’ve often wondered about animals; their thoughts, their motivations – fears, interests, communication, family, community. I wonder if they think like humans. I wonder if their nature is arbitrary, or structured. With such a likeness to humans in terms of … Continue reading

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“Reversal” “Legends speak of a fountain, a fountain that grants any wish verbally spoken for the small price of a single coin. Quarters, pennies, nickels and dimes all equally work. The fountain does not distinguish between those who have the … Continue reading

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