“After she died he was seized
by a great curiosity about what
it was like for her. Not that he
doubted how much she loved him.
But he knew there must have been
some things she had not liked.
So he went to her closest friend
and asked what she complained of.
“It’s all right,” he had to keep
saying, “I really won’t mind.”
Until the friend finally gave in.
“She said sometimes you made a noise
drinking your tea if it was very hot.””
You can buy literary magazines and journals from NewPages new online store! What a great idea. I feel like it makes it easier to peruse different options without having to hop from website to website: could open up worlds for people looking for new options.
Mark Garry installs hundreds of threads just so: when the light hits them just right, the many strands create rainbows. There’s something
about the meticulous nature of the project and the beautiful result – what if
we engineered rainbows in each nook of a home? All that color ....
I’m consistently impressed with artists’ logic: the initial idea
and then to execute it. There’s such discipline and hard work involved.
I wish you were here, dear, I wish you were here. I wish I knew no astronomy when stars appear, when the moon skims the water that sighs and shifts in its slumber. I wish it were still a quarter to dial your number.