Dailies 11/25/16: Volterra, laundry, packing up after a loved one’s death, accepting Heaven



Accepting Heaven at Great Basin – Nathalie Handal

When you doubt the world
look at the undivided darkness

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Volterra – Ron Smith

She was saying, “One arrives to the horrid
of the Balze … corrosion provoked by atmospheric
agents, steep and deep precipices … the Balze
terrible shelter for the desperation of
so many suicides … have engulfed … ” But

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The Guardians – Jill Bialosky

All day we packed boxes.
We read birth and death certificates.
The yellowed telegrams that announced
our births, the cards of congratulations

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My Father Owned the Sam Kee Laundry in LA – Jasmine An


I graduated from high school in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 2011.

My boyfriend dragged the sheets from his guest bed and we dropped

them in the laundry on the way out the door every morning before

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