Tag Archives: sadness

In This, and Any Other Hour

Less than one hour ago: 15 August 2016 13 All Feathers, Under Skin She’s laid aside the supple skin of woven silk that graced your nights for such a long, uneven time, the ghost who goes through shaded lights and … Continue reading

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Please Don’t Try to Know Too Much

New tonight, after many old loving thoughts and memories: 15 November 2014 15 Please Don’t Try to Know What Love Means Here All night, I walked out too far and too long, and somewhere along the cold way, I went … Continue reading

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Sotry Here

6 June 6 2014 There’s a story here, and it is dedicated to someone I very deeply love—someone I will not see again. This won’t be spun for drama; it is sorrow that is already in many ways well sung. … Continue reading

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A Sad Rain Song

5 June 2014 Last night I was thinking of my Rain Harp and how much I love it already, when this song—sad, perhaps—came through: 4 June 2014 3 Plangent Countless, all the nightlong hours and waves of restless, anguished rain. … Continue reading

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