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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Crowd.

It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.

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Uscita.

Walked home through tall dark houses in the muggy half-rain.

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Heat.

Even through the nights, the pall of heat never broke. With a couple of other kids, I would go across 110th to the Park and walk among the hundreds of people, singles and families, who slept on the grass, next to their big alarm clocks, which set up a mild cacophony of the seconds passing, one clock’s ticks syncopating with another’s. Babies cried in the darkness, men’s deep voices murmured, and a woman let out an occasional high laugh beside the lake.
Arthur Miller, “American Summer: Before Air-Conditioning

M sent me this.

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Sleepovers and sparklers.

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“Imagine,” one blogger says about French band Caravan Palace, “if swing and electronica had a baby.” I’d be so in awe of and intimidated by her. Listen: NPR has more from 2010 and this June.

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Blip.

We come here to be fed by you; to be consoled by you; to be challenged by you.
in prayer.

Dozing; thinking; ginger ale.

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