Tag Archives: Jennifer Blair

“Happiness” by Jennifer Blair

At the Odds and Ends down 441 my daughter’s eyes will not let go of the small ceramic owl she spied perched among old dishes and mystery novels soured by cigarettes and age.  When I see the tag on its … Continue reading

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“Lost” by Jennifer Blair

Thistle dead in the ditch no one down the road for days not the mail or tax man or turnip peddler. Even the battleship skirt woman with the mole on her neck who wanted to scare Jesus into my heart … Continue reading

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“Cemetery” by Jennifer Blair

Sometimes when I am not in my right mind they run errands and I usually do not ask where they are going—too grateful for the relief of a dark room— not having to know the clock hands’ whereabouts. Today, after … Continue reading

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