Use one, two, many or all, exactly, inexactly or merely to prompt
Let the unconscious loose!
The sound of the bath filling
Softly, like a phone in bed
He is many things but a gentle caller
The space between our breaths
A Distraction of Wives
The tightness in the moment, the beat of the unsaid
We could be driving home, or dying
I guess we have to get rid of her things
Moments, locations, coincidences
School of Love
Just another dog in the rain
How does it become love, what becomes?
In a house with four ovens, ten beds, a balcony
A Letter From Canoe 178
When love is material and the heart begins to blur
A road climbs past the W I.