Monthly Archives: September 2015

September Sun

Reality pierces the heart like the September sun burns through the morning fog. A painful shaft but for an instant, that turns into a flood of warmth, Penetrating the dampness, coloring the grey, golden. Revealing not only the face of … Continue reading

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“Before Facebook and Twitter, Politicians Had Bar-B-Ques”

When I was in grammar school, the Mountain Hill School PTA held a Labor Day Bar-be-cue every year in the pine thicket across the road from the school. Politicians frequently visited during election years, and in 1962, Marvin Griffin was … Continue reading

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