Wednesday Vignette: Black-Eyed Susan

* Black-Eyed Susan Black-eyed Susans relax their petals like loosened hair, burn holes in the earth as they drop, burn golden oblong flames … I

Wednesday Vignette: New Words, Old Medicines

I’d never heard of Vitamin G until today, but Eudigolbin, a product in the historic apothecary at Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont, lists it. Turns

Wednesday Vignette: An Objective Description of the World

This ostensible art installation, “yellow vehicle door against trees,” which I noticed on a trail walk in New Hampshire this weekend, reminded me of Michel

Wednesday Vignette: Foggy & Pale Thoughts

“The weather varies between heavy fog and pale sunshine; My thoughts follow the exact same process.” — Virginia Woolf, from a diary entry dated 21

Wednesday Vignette: As Luminous, As Light

“We who are bits of sun, drops of ocean, atoms of the god, and who so often forget this, or are unaware of it, and

Wednesday Vignette: The Magic

“We are here and can fill our lungs because our world is populated by towering, green giants with the arcane ability to drink energy from

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