July Journal, ’22

Summer envelopes the world in a blinding scorch. Extremes that we who know something about wintering are not accustomed to. The city ablaze within a fog of sweat and concrete, slow and sparse signs of life. My days home from wandering must be strictly regimented — hour by hour with the scheduled task, whether obligatoryContinue reading “July Journal, ’22”

Advisory Journal: Reflecting on One Year

It’s hard to believe, we said. How the days have run  away from us as in flames extinguishing one by one down a path as endless as it is finite,  all the while waking, getting half-way dressed, minding the carpeted steps on our house-bound routes.  I remember it as if it were today, they said.Continue reading “Advisory Journal: Reflecting on One Year”