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Voices

Unity is power, he said. I loved his face, but his laugh bothered me. It impressed me as phoney. And who was he anyway to tell me about unity? I heard my mother in my mind; her voice sharp with … Continue reading

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Thin stem

May 30 Blogathon #30 Martinis always nourished me Cool and crisp, refreshingly. A sip or two, a nose that’s full of vodka, citrus, a thin glass stem. Now if I dare to go that route I lose an evening, I … Continue reading

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