“Memory is like a pomegranate layered and compacted in segments redolently rich. Each kernel is attached with a tiny nodule, its own umbilical cord. Place is also that umbilical cord that links you to the same spring.” Every once in a long while I read a text rich in imagery, metaphor, symbolism, and creativity and, More
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