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Choices
Poetry

Choices

Absence makes it easier to forget responsibilities, obligations. Distance makes it simpler to sever relationships, connections. The ties that bind are personal preferences only continued by ample caring. Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director, and as an art dealer when he couldn’t make a living in theater. He … Continue reading

For Life
Poetry

For Life

Though I am laden with the weight of preparation and the physical pull of this marveling change, I feel your kindness like cool weather cradle me within this cloud. I am grateful for you and your untiring compassion – the way we breathe as one and plant our tears in the same dark alley. Though … Continue reading

Heart-Shaped Hour
Fiction

Heart-Shaped Hour

  “Did you see it?” Holt asked his sister as soon as she answered the telephone.      “See what?”      “Warren’s picture in the Telegraph.”      “No,” Meg said, surprised.  “What’s his picture doing in the paper?”      “Today is the thirtieth anniversary of the fire.”      “No.”      “I know it’s hard to believe … Continue reading