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203: Show Me Your Lonely

Inspired by the New York Times article "Why New York's a Lonely Town, Especially Since Covid" by James Barron. Draw me a map of your...

202: Spring

All I want to do is to go to the beach and write poetry. Is that too much to ask? When did adulting become a full-time gig? When did the...

201: What I Forgot

Sometimes I wish I was the fig tree. No fruit here, just soaking up the sun growing roots, turning green, stretching out my branches...

200: Glitter & Palms

Here’s the thing I love about parades- they take up space, and there is music and there is laughter and people stand on the sides and...

199: Anxiety

Yesterday anxiety danced around my ribs like a bird in a cage. Both you and I know birds are not meant to be caged. They are meant to be...

197: Please Do

Release the tension in your jaw. Allow the pillow to hold the weight of your head. Have a scone. Have four! Press the crumbs into your...

195: March 2020 / March 2022

It began there, but we can feel it here. It’s all people are talking about. The news is always on. Would you like to sign up for a...

194: When the World is Coming to an End

This morning New York froze over- a sheet of ice blanketed the city, reminding us what cold feels like. Yesterday Russia invaded Ukraine-...

193: Valentine's Day Plans

People said what are your plans? And I said well, we will obviously eat pie with fresh whipped cream. We’ll probably ask for more. And we...

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