All posts tagged: narratives

Passing Through by Ava Bird

cruising at high speeds through deserts back desert roads back roads in deep thoughts wondering why why is it like this? wandering, third eye working hard out there on the sun beating down beating down hard rays of golden light soak it up drink it […]

Glacier Bay by Anne Jacobson

  Dusty feet dragged several paces behind me on a curving forest pathway hemming a sunlit bay. The sound of whining children must surely be excellent bear repellent, this small nugget was among the riches of this Alaskan summer morning. Daniel and Maya had been […]

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The Mountain by Teresa Janssen

                                       The Mountain                                     By Teresa H. Janssen   Village life in the upper reaches of the Ecuadorian rainforest continued among the trees and flowers. By April, the suffocating heat gave way to the cooler winds of the rainy season soon to start. […]

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Trainways by Ava Bird

trainways   new york city trainways ways of paths of worker bees, strangers, love, alcoholics strangeness lotsa types here we are in nyc the city that…. wow, its crazy out here with all the pd, so many police and chiefs still no security its time […]

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