Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Poem While Treading Water

A Last Poem I walk in a gray March rain On a path hung with forsythia past their bloom My heart crumples like Last year’s leaves      Not Because you will not be there But because I cannot care … Continue reading

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Treading Water

Wow.  It’s taking me awhile to extrude the next chapter of my novel Free Souls.  It’s not that I don’t know where it needs to go or how to get there, it’s the research I’m having to do to get my … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 42

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved)   Chapter 42 “Mom, you can’t!” Sandy’s hand, the piece of bread still in it, hung as if frozen over the bank of the river. In … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 41

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved) Chapter 41 “Are you ladies ready to order?” The waiter at La Maison Verte, whom Sandy took to be a student, hovered superciliously over the table, … Continue reading

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The Helplessness of a Small-G “God”

That was hard. By “that” I mean writing the last three chapters of my novel-in-revision Free Souls, posted just before this on this blog. I really didn’t want to write the tale of that break up.  Because, dammit, I like Werner Edelstein. … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 40

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved) Chapter 40 One summer when Sandy was a very small child, she met another little girl, even smaller than she, at the local swimming pool.  Until … Continue reading

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Free Souls, Chapter 39

Free Souls by KAH (Produced ca. 1983, revised 2013 & 2014, all rights reserved) Chapter 39 Werner stood by the stereo cabinet, looking helpless and mystified.  “From the beginning,” he said, “I thought you knew.” “Knew what?” she snapped.  This … Continue reading

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