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After the transformer blast extinguished half the school lights and cut off computer signals, we found the remains. A Northern Flicker, one wing charred the other  golden yellow shafts   amber vanes flight feathers outstretched, the head drooping forward as though … Continue reading

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Small stones are ‘a short piece of writing that precisely captures a fully-engaged moment.’ http://www.writingourwayhome.com/p/small-stones.html This week we are exploring the theme of honesty in Writing Ourselves Alive. One very thought provoking concept  is that this is not a criticism. … Continue reading

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