Monthly Archives: August 2019

ISLANDS

The falcon women in my life were born on islands: my wife, Oahu, in the hospital known for Pearl Harbor, my mother Long Island of the hurricanes, one grandmother, the policeman’s daughter, Staten Island, the other Sicily, where Aetna rocked … Continue reading

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A NOTE ON ALASKA

As the daytime temperature remains above 100 degrees, I walk the city streets thinking of lakes and woodlands.  Especially lately, I’ve been remembering Alaska. The wildness of Alaska always captured my imagination.  As a lad of eleven, I hoped that … Continue reading

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