death

Mr. Fix-it

He fixes things, or, at least, he tries Taking old things for repair A microwave, a toaster oven A broken-down armchair   Old TVs, radios, and a fridge Starting with one or two in his workshop Graduating to a horde… Read More ›

Long Goodbye

It’s not how long you know someone, How much in common you share; No marathon, just a hit and run, Yet the impact couldn’t be more clear.   The most profound advice you gave: “Hitch your wagons to a star”… Read More ›