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“Thank you my life long afternoon…” From Variation on a Theme by W.S. Merwin “Forgive me. I simply do not know what I am doing.” From Variations on a Theme by William Carlos Williams by Kenneth Koch Summer’s great, right? Ah, … Continue reading
I am not sure they will remember the year I lightened my hair to a strange reddish tone, or when I lost five pounds. Or gained seven. Or if they will remember the clothes in my closet, the handbags they … Continue reading
Thirteen years ago, Labor Day weekend, my now-husband and I moved to New York City. We had no jobs lined up, had rented an apartment we had not seen and couldn’t afford, had been dating for about five minutes, and … Continue reading
One recent afternoon, as we were all winding down at home after school pick-up, Molly said to me, “You know what mommy?” And I expected an observation to come forth along the lines of “Spiders have an ‘abdomen.’ That’s where … Continue reading