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  1. Tinker

    Orb

    Orb It's what they call a harvest moon although the harvest is pretty much over now. Round and orange and plump just sitting way up there in the November sky, marbled silence all alone not really shining more like a shadowed globe. These days I feel like that full of things to say yet isolated in the stillness shaded by loss and brightened by small joys, no more a fireworks display but a steady glow with just enough watts to find my way. --- --- Judi Van Gorder
  2. dcmarti1

    Vieillissement

    I am faced with having to sell my DC condo and move back to Southeast Texas for some family reasons. I am suddenly and painfully aware of this compleat change in my life by having to go back. ---------- Vieillissement It is Saturday night in East Texas And I'll be with Mary, Bob, and Carol. Since I have already served at The Mass, The night might bring me Bela or Boris. I am nine and we still have black & white: The antenna is at least twelve feet tall. I'll have Count Chocula the next morning And then I'll go swimming in the gully. I have not yet started to cut the grass, or to wash the car, or to do laundry; I'll just make more memories to forget. --------- Mary Tyler Moore, Bob Newhart, Carol Burnett
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