Monthly Archives: September 2014

Befriending Loneliness

Last night I woke at 3 a.m. When you live on your own, 3 a.m. is about alone as alone gets. So I lay there, in my ‘aloneness’. At this point, staring into the darkness, the ‘lonely’ dog sat at the end of my bed. Would I feed it until it lay full and satisfied; […]

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If I were here

If I were here. If I were here I would spend the morning steeping ground coffee over fireplace embers. I would sip a cup full of it by the window as I curled cat-like with my fingers slowly warming around the clay mug. I would open the door to let the first light in and […]

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