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River

River The crunch of Christmas morning snow punctuates my stroll along the river’s edge, its lazy sprawl toward harbour, all the mysteries of the estuary adrift upon dark arms—rotted log, crumpled maple leaves, a wild duck’s perfect wing cleaved from … Continue reading

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Cinclus mexicanus (poem)

Cinclus mexicanus © Kim Goldberg 2014  Sometimes, when it is all too much, too great a tonnage to transport, too many tasks undone, conversations unfinished, relationships abandoned, expectations pressing on my twig-sprung chest like a pile of bricks, when every thought … Continue reading

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