Author Archives: Harry

Uncertain Loss

She divorced him long ago but when he died she felt a loss that she didn’t quite understand Perhaps a dream that had lived on as half a life, as a whisper in the night that was forever gone She … Continue reading

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De-Twittering

Way, way back in the beginning of the World Wide Web days, there was this website called The Spot. At first we weren’t sure what it was, but soon realized it was basically web-based soap opera. It was somewhat entertaining … Continue reading

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The Moon-Spinners

This is strange, I guess, but a movie that has stuck with me since I was young is “The Moon-Spinners”. It came out when I was 10, starring Hayley Mills and Eli Wallach, but that isn’t why I remember it. … Continue reading

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They Have Always Been Here

They have always been hereFaces that don’t look like usVoices that don’t sound like usBut we kept them far awayWe hid them from our childrenWe hid them from ourselvesWe kept them from the lightWe knew this was our landThis was … Continue reading

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Two Poems

One I’ve known for years, one I just discovered today (through listening to an episode of the podcast “Atomic Hobo” – “How To Survive An Atomic Bomb”). And I was struck by how both expressed the same sentiment, with different … Continue reading

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