Month: August 2019

Terrorism and Tea

I never thought, as a child That I’d spend my 40s Responding to mass shootings With making tea and coffee cake Staring out the window at the mountains But here we are Our nation has thoroughly descended into stochastic terrorism Our government’s leaders are profiting […]

The Circle of Knowing

I heard a story once about a child trapped in a basement. It was told to me by many different mouths over the course of a number of years. In the story, the child is shut away down there, screaming themself horse because they are […]