Introductions.

It’s been a while, and I’ve gotten rusty, and I feel guilty about neglecting this little space so I felt it was time for some re-introductions! So, hello! My name is Ana. I teach English Literature at the most magical little high school in Texas (that’s a fact). It’s the best. I have always loved […]

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Hasty Propositions (Nonduplicity)

Crack me open and look inside. I give you permission. But do it quick, please, before I change my mind. Don’t say you’ll wait for me – that I can do it when I’m ready. For who could ever break a bone, still attached, when it well protects all the soft and tender flesh from […]

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an artist is born.

The artist finds her voice in creating. So I will create. I don’t know what my “point-of-view” is yet. I’ve tried to blend in for a long time. Point-of-view is dangerous when you’re trying to blend in. But no more. The artist finds her voice in creating, and so I will create. And also, I […]

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January

The thunder and the breeze mix with the smell of someone barbecuing a couple of houses over and my eyes begin to sting a little. The sky is groaning, turning an angrier and angrier gray, with a little patch of blue peeking out in the distance. It looks like a summer thunderstorm. My favorite. At […]

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dec. 2, ’17

the day is cool and clear, mostly all sun with a little bit of rain as you drive through some spots of town. the breeze blows kind and eager, pushing the tattered flag back and forth back and forth. it’s a strange side of town to see the striped flag flying old and beat in […]

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