i.m. Michael Wessells   The phone rings because Michael has died. I saw him yesterday and said goodbye as he passed behind me, tall, gathering his things, leaving the seminar room’s gritty windows. You say he went home or went swimming in one order or the other and then he died. All you know is […]
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