Remembering the Future

Dedicated to my Beloved Grandmother, Marie Ann Tingley, 1935-2013 “She loved.” The past tense is cruelly abrupt. There is no apparent beauty in the transition from the smooth, continuous sounds of the present to the hard stops of the past. “She loves” loses it infinite, unfettered s and replaces it with an uncaring, blunt d.Continue reading “Remembering the Future”