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In Memory Of

Closer to Mobile than Montgomery, wedged between woods and water, is a place nobody goes. A few homes, a church and cemetery scattered along a road leading somewhere else. Parents hope opportunity. They remember before it was paved. Now broken … Continue reading

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In Memory Of

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Closer to Mobile than Montgomery, wedged between woods and water, is a place nobody goes. A few homes, a church and cemetery scattered along a road leading somewhere else. Parents hope opportunity. They remember before it…

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C U B 4

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? digits, emojis, abcs compose a code an irregular ode void of literacy ? cursive, capitalization, punctuation go old school immediate mass communication has no rule ? how we connect changes with time words can’t reflect…

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The Complete Poems of BREVITY

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DEARLY BELOVED

Once upon a time, before Obergefell v. Hodges, Donnie’s mother wants him to marry and give her grandchildren. “The patter of little feet will be like beating to my heart.” But Donnie is gay. The coming-out talk doesn’t help; his … Continue reading

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DUO: Two Novels

A KINDLE COUNTDOWN DEAL until June 3, 2017 Two coming out novels together: DEARLY BELOVED Donnie Lawrence, owner of Eternal Tranquil Chapel, is an over-the-top cliché. His mother moved into his lower Alabama waterfront home and keeps asking, “When are … Continue reading

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CYCLES

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Clouds drift in Throughout our days Thick and thin, Making a maze. ? Winter becomes Spring, Summer becomes Fall Life’s a ring Surrounding us all. ? After we’re gone All battles won We live on Through…

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