Interlude by John Hicks

Interlude by John Hicks I’m driving home for the weekend, toward sunset fading eastern Nebraska. Leaving the world of data mapping and test design. Route 44. County seat to county seat across Iowa. The last stop sign half an hour ago, I’m still an hour from the Missouri. Farmyard lights coming on encase barns andContinue reading “Interlude by John Hicks”

Beyond the bend in the road by Fernando Pêssoa

Beyond the bend in the road by Fernando Pêssoa Beyond the bend in the road there may be a well, a castle. There may be simply more road. I neither know nor ask. As long as I’m on the road before the bend I simply look at the road before the bend, since I canContinue reading “Beyond the bend in the road by Fernando Pêssoa”