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Contents Page: April 1, 2011, vol 7 no 1

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Diana Webb

 

Upon a Time

Afternoons like these. The growing light that lengthens pavement shadows along walks to the park between lunch and teatime in days without season, days when winter lingers as spring is not quite here. Afternoons that hover in half lit spells between clouds witnessed from hide-and-seek places.

on someone's sill
caught between curtain and pane
a row of bears

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