Saturday, September 17, 2016

Hawk Season Notebook #309



Hawk Season Notebook #309

Forever lost 1962 photo booth strip of K.E. Taken a week before she and her mother drove cross-country to Spartanburg. In memory there are brown chemical specks on the four pictures of her on your lap. Holding hands, waiting for the strip to slide out of the machine, she said, Want to do it again? No quarter for the machine. We'll just sit... share something. Pretty soon: a zippy-happy note on Rock Springs motel stationery, I like driving... window down. Silence for a period. Later: Jesu Bone Pastor. A sorority at a college in North Carolina for water coloring biblical deserts. Silence followed. Decades and decades and a windstorm one day and to the south there are brown chemical specks on dust clouds where a freeway is being closed for driver safety. 

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