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Moonset

I watch the moon set behind the rainforest, it is a 6am commute into the city, October Humming and warm, I drive on concrete past cedars skimming a mile of water, with just the hum of the wheels and car … Continue reading

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Redemptive violence in Seattle?

I knew it was time to jump back into blogging yesterday morning. Perhaps anger and grief is an impetus for writing. Six people died yesterday from one person firing one gun in Seattle. Two of the victims were local musicians … Continue reading

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