The dream began awake, three decades later on a mud-dug road near Abiquiu

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Because each wrong answer kills us fast
I am shifting to be a flowing end of sentence
Crafting sentience beyond my years to answer right —
Which will kindly kill us slow, the way
Nature scripts it when death splits after decades missing
The point of who we started out to be together…

First things first, Pablo — I adore your photo — the oranges and cactus posing so cheerfully around the books! The arrangement is honest, sweet and feels like home. Thank you for giving so much thought to this — what a gift!

Following along as you traveled through each of the books in the series has been rewarding in more ways than I can count. You’re exactly right: they’re meant to be read in sequence as the experience evolves.

Your reflection here — your words and sentiment — Pablo, I feel it all with deepest appreciation. Sincerity and levity, wit and contemplation, tacos and gnocchi and unlimited heart. Thank you!

Season of Light Book Review №2 — Tiny Poems from the Pandemic by Lucy Dan

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When self-styled “eggcademic,” Lucy Dan announced she had a new book out, I hopped right down that rabbit hole to get it — forgetting entirely that I don’t want to read anything more about the pandemic. This is Lucy. She can write about any topic — most likely has! …

Laurie Perez

Novelist THE AMIE SERIES | “riveting. compelling.” | “strangely euphoric” | “had me on the edge of my seat” | |

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