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3 things about Terence Davies’ A QUIET PASSION

A Quiet Passion [2016] 1. “You are alone in your rebellion, Miss Dickinson.” 2. The sound of her breathing as she awaits his response. 3. Two shovels and a pick planted in a mound of dirt beside the gravesite.

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October 31 haiku.

And finally my Winter coat comes out of the Closet, crestfallen

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October 30 haiku.

Our parents haven’t Driven the stake through the heart Of the obsolete

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October 29 haiku.

Assaulted by a vile stench of pumpkin I flee The empty cafe

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October 28 haiku.

2 kids 6 and 8 “Have you ever met my wife?” And once we were kids

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Turtles.

TURTLES can only be seen at 4 o’clock in the morning in the city of Los Angeles, the hour (as Camus observed) when all the people are fast asleep. Nature whispers: yes, really, I’m still here. And the turtles come … Continue reading

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October 27 haiku.

Impossible to Tell whether the woman is Awake or asleep

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