Monthly Archives: September 2016

Each fallen leaf, A Kiss…

“Autumn killed, The summer with, The softest kiss.” ~ David Jones Did it kill summer, Mr. Jones? I’m sitting right here listening to autumn’s heavy breath, this whistle that echoes bone deep, this whisper. It did not kill summer. It … Continue reading

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The last of summer fruits…

I’m not a grape person. I prefer my grapes in other forms. Last week I had the sweetest tasting Malbec grapes while cleaning the vines in preparation for winter at my parents house/ little farm. Those few forgotten grapes were … Continue reading

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Sweet Lady…

Like precious little stones we pick up along the path… Sweet lady came to ask if the flight was delayed, and if I’m going from Toronto to MontrĂ©al. Her parents are holocaust survivors who came from Poland to MontrĂ©al. New … Continue reading

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