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  • Hope

    Part of my drive to work is not the most scenic. The road runs along a few miles of crumbling industrial buildings, some of which have been undergoing the process of demolition for months. Road dirt bruises the mountains of snow accumulated from a winter …

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  • When Death Comes

    After writing about the concept of memento mori, I stumbled across several of Mary Oliver’s poems that kept me thinking. Perhaps they will keep you thinking too.

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  • Trees by the Creek

    It’s a new day.

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  • Memento Mori

    My father in his youth set off With a kite and a liter of wine Mad to determine The height of the sky And the breadth of One human life No ribbons, no starting gun Sprinting around the sun Man’s quaint little race The heaving …

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  • Sunrise and Snow

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  • Visual Flight Rules

    When I was 18, I made a misguided attempt to get my private pilot’s license. Misguided primarily because of my complete and utter lack of navigation skills. I took about a dozen flying lessons, during which I soon learned that my internal compass isn’t necessarily …

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