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John Grey

ON MY OWN you have to be a liar to join the liars’ club and a thief to be admitted into the den of thieves except you can’t lie and say you stole something when you really didn’t; that would … Continue reading

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John Grey

  HER NAME The entire class detest the eyes that match so evenly the brown cheeks and brow and glitter like the gemstones that dangle from her coffee-colored arms. But much worse is her tongue. She can’t say her name … Continue reading

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John Grey

HITCHHIKER The arrival of spring is welcome but not noteworthy. I enjoy buds on trees as much as anyone and yes, I tingle a little at the thought that eventually, they’ll be full-blown foliage but I know enough not to … Continue reading

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John Grey

WATCHING THE MONARCHS\ On a meadow at wood’s edge, June floats in on black and orange wings, completes Spring’s promise, fuels Summer’s largesse. My eyes have their wish – the monarchs have arrived. Such a will to live. Scraps of … Continue reading

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