Monthly Archives: July 2014

Night and Wind

by Christopher Raley   He should be in his bed stretching beyond the seams of his mattress, long sun tanned arms curving around his pillow, short blond hair shining in the hall light that widens as I open the door. … Continue reading

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Bay Area Rapid Transit

by Christopher Raley They used to go through much worse, saddle the wagon, hitch the horse. And everywhere was the land.   Even so I spent four hours going from point to point and I consider myself lucky that I … Continue reading

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