Writer: Curtis Dawkins

Drunken Pony Blues

Drunken Pony Blues

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“Say you have a recurring nightmare where you see jets, planes, all manner of flying machines, and all of them crash. Eventually you come to understand, even while asleep, that any machine in flight is going to disintegrate in a fiery ball before your eyesmore

Throwing Nothing at Nothing

Throwing Nothing at Nothing

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“He’ll be like a piece of lint in some dark corner of that mitten, in a closet, in the pocket of a coatmore

Urban Archery

Urban Archery

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All week someone had been shooting arrows into my backyard. I’d come out in the morning for the first smoke and coffee of the day, and in the dewy silver grass was one, sometimes two arrows stuck six inches into the ground at about a 70° anglemore