Monthly Archives: December 2010

the sea and the rythm


  Tonight we’re the sea and the salty breeze The milk from your breast is on my lips And lovelier words from your mouth to me When salty my sweat and fingertips Our hands they seek the end of afternoons … Continue reading

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waiting


  Afield at dusk,  What things for dream there are when specter-like, Moving amond tall haycocks lightly piled, I enter alone upon the stubbled filed, From which the laborers’ voices late have died, And in the antiphony of afterglow And … Continue reading

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tasked


It seems in love we are rapt and one, and fearless for a shared heart. If then I no longer receive some comfort I may covet from the admiration of she my heart admires, yet do not fail in love, … Continue reading

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Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart


 All that Kafka writes about the story is that it is “new and hard to tell.” It is not known whether Kafka considered publishing the story, or even thought of it as a stand-alone piece.  The story has never been … Continue reading

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Arno Rafael Minkkinen, photography


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