The Redbud Post
the white-haired Mexican plum tree is a sign for good brave blue flower in the stiff wind is a sign for good children playing unselfconsciously is a sign for good spirit taking the trees by their tops and shaking them is a sign for good you have to hang on...
The kiss on the cheek planted swift, turns to thorny scratch, burns long and thin, drips red on black dirt. Fragile petals live a breath away, a thin vein from death. Roses keep distant, far from drawn swords ready to impale petal-skin. Repent and attempt to pluck...
The call came in the middle of a busy night as we worked on a floppy baby with high fever, a croupy toddler whose breathing squeezed and squeaked, a pale adolescent transfusing due to leukemia bleeding. It was an anencephalic baby just born, unexpected, unwanted in...
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