Tag Archives: Emily Dickinson

Trigger Happy

Fourth of July has come and gone, and Westcliffe’s Fourth of July parade sponsored by the Wild West Cowboy Church came off without a hitch. A hitch? Well, there were guns this year, but no guns saw action. Just guessing… maybe … Continue reading

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Linear Thinking

I can’t seem to make the monthly meetings, but always in need of a cattle prod to get me moving, I complete the assignments posted by my local photography club. “Leading Lines” was a recent suggestion, and I thought that … Continue reading

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Poem in Your Pocket

Finally, snow! A good 12 inches in town… 27 inches up 500-feet higher – and although that snow is up, it will eventually run down and green up the ranching valley floor. As synchronicity would have it, I stumbled across a leftover poem … Continue reading

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The Long Song

I am not particularly good with titles for my own writing. Titles should hint but not give anything away. And so when I picked up Andrea Levy‘s 2010 novel, The Long Song, I was totally unprepared for the brutality of … Continue reading

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