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Where I Was Born: a Reflection on Indigenous Peoples Day

I was born in Bay City, Michigan, in a hospital located on a street named for a gold-hungry mass-murderer of the Taino People. I grew up in a house of skeleton keys with a backyard climbing tree and an overgrown … Continue reading

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Vagabond Song – Chapter One

(The following is excerpted from Vagabond Song: Neo-Haibun from the Peregrine Journals, (Elk River Books, 2015). If you enjoy it, please consider purchasing the book. Thanks.) first movement …  M-72 If I don’t get back on the road I’m going … Continue reading

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