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After an Email Exchange:

Pi Tsu Chi on Pinnacle Mountain Before sunrise, love leaked from our eyes. We sat together until the apricot wine was gone. –T.A. Sukany 17 Oct 2018

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A Post . . . Finally

Hurling Ever Forward A pre-dawn run on the trail, just an hour, pokes us, mocks us, retching free moisture through every pore. Your antibiotics require avoidance of the sun. Check. Yet the earth is still warm from yesterday’s baking and … Continue reading

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From today’s run

A seven-mile run gives one time to think. birds, black and white, eye- ball each other, expressing no thanks to the line –T.A. Sukany 06 Jun 2017

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Observation

Cirrus Bender Clouds froth over a canyon or tilted stein.  Their full effect should be felt in the morning a rousing rumbling overhead. –T.A. Sukany 21 Mar 2017

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Welcome New Year

According to m-w.com, “ACTOR” 2 a :  one who represents a character in a dramatic production b :  a theatrical performer c :  one who behaves as if acting a part Please Believe Me “When the powerful use their position … Continue reading

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Here’s another MEDIA-inspired haiku. I pray for America each day. Join me in asking for common sense.

Those who “hate” seldom use the word and those who do . . . do not.  I hear ya. –Todd Sukany 02 Dec 2016

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Thank you

I offer thanks for all the well-meaning posts on “social” media. Ocean-Front Land in Iowa I read some Facebook posts and changed my mind. –Todd Sukany 17 Sep 2016

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Rio Olympics — near the poo . . . l.

I kept being alarmed by the language of a “reporter,” interviewing athletes who have trained and have proven themselves to be the very elite in their discipline. I was able to sleep after jotting this interpretation of “skill.” #MicheleTafoya While … Continue reading

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Thank you Taco Bell patrons

Etiquette Two orange t-shirts, in their fifties, occupy a corner booth designed for six, share belch after belch for our noon meal. –Todd Sukany 16 May 2016

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