Monthly Archives: August 2015

Drought

by Christopher Raley   The smell of water on sun-hot concrete is now the smell of implied disregard. I cower beneath the fence line as I hose chaff off the back deck to the dead lawn.   For a time … Continue reading

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An Elegy

by Christopher Raley   in memory of Ray Ferrer 1979 – 2015   What a terrible hope this fragile connection by paper and color diluted within screen.   Yet for a brief moment our awareness had touched at the intersection … Continue reading

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