Monthly Archives: August 2020

Before We Knew Her

Nanny leans     against a tree in 1929 posed in profile first hints of  life inside her ballooning her dress that falls just below the knee revealing dancer’s legs, though she’s not a dancer those legs caught papa’s eye those legs … Continue reading

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Solitude

There is an old trunk room on the playwright’s estate where I’m typing these lines just for you I’ve wandered the grounds ambled through the old barn read my fill in the library, quietly crammed ceiling to floor with dusty … Continue reading

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