The half-life of our characters is a hearty, tangled path.
The poet and painter comprehend the same moment from different viewpoints.
Together, we’ve survived divorce, abortion, unrequited love, single motherhood, children diagnosed with autism and cancer, surgery, chemo.
What narrative or allegory arises in this collage when a snake flies through the air carrying a staircase?
I’d never witness her body’s natural aging process—her bones becoming brittle, her hair turning white.
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