Julie Sheehan He has placed before you fire and water; stretch out your hand for whichever you choose. -Sirach 15:16 Can it be thrift when math necessitates you choose between power or a timer belt? A car can run on hope, but LIPA dealt its inky cut-off notice: thrift dictates more making-do. Thus should we… More

Later, Upon Reflection

Mercedes Lawry The Modigliani women come to me in half dream, offering comfort. Without brittle words or lies. Sorrow knows sorrow in the tracery of bones. The hands of the pianist are young birds and hungry. Music melds with the elements of a body in motion. And in repose, a flattery of death, which I… More