Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Boy’s Face in Repose

by Christopher Raley   With his face still and his eyes closed, with his face still and his chest rising and falling sporadic at the reigns of some wild dream driving him reckless, with his face still and his mouth … Continue reading

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Coltrane Plays the Blues

by Christopher Raley   So it is, he has come and you have gone to absorb images in your seeing and stories for your speaking. Trane is speaking to me now and I am not worried.   I’ve got him … Continue reading

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Cheese Toast

by Christopher Raley   I toasted the bread because that’s what he said he wanted. She got up from the couch where her leg shook and she rocked and she walked through the hall and back to the kitchen to … Continue reading

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