Tag Archives: NYC

On rain that is, middle schools that aren’t, money that isn’t, and teachers that are

A girl from the bucolic hills of Virginia (where there are cars) but who now lives in New York City (where there are buses and trains) is sent by her administrators to Brooklyn–by train, by herself, and in the rain. … Continue reading

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States of Mind–through NYC Haiku

  A Haiku Tribute to New York for National Poetry Month’s End   A million faces with no eyes–my lone nightmare. But morning eyes laugh.   This backseat stranger paid my fare. Who knew I’d find kindness in a cab? … Continue reading

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On the sizes, solitudes, connections, and collisions of my new life in NYC

  I walk from my small apartment on the first floor of an old house and down two steep blocks to the marina. The early morning light is already casting a glow across the Hudson River. I look toward where … Continue reading

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