Posts for birth

Breathing In

General/Column April 22, 2019

In the night, she breathes in the fragrance of sun and breeze, basket of line-dried sheets as if the fibers…

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Birth Control

General/Column June 25, 2018

I decided years ago that I was fine with this— shifting between barren and fruitful, ebbing and swelling beneath drapes…

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His Birth

General/Column April 9, 2018

Why was it hard being pushed out from between your legs? My kindergarten son has been reflecting on his birth….

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Migration

General/Column February 5, 2018

of dark air—the starlings   under thunderheads   tumbling as one the flock chasing storms—this dark is not a doom     this dark…

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