Category Archives: Baltimore
Walking by the Basilica, church-goers exiting A woman in a gauzy Spring dress with her cane wielding Mother behind her. – A light breeze – The Mother barks – Hold your dress down The woman dutifully drops her arm to … Continue reading
On a bench by the station sleeping weathered face turned to the sun
This morning out walking – Walking down Light Street walking behind a guy repetitively repeating that all-American participial adjective formerly referred to as a 4-letter word but now too ubiquitous to be shocking. The napowrimo prompt for the day: repetition
Hanging from a fourth story window a man with a bucket clutching a squeegee washes winter grime from the condo In the new restaurant’s window a man nicely suited precisely sets silver on the white linened table
Went for a walk, South on Park. Three guys were filming a rap video near Lex. Clerk at Urban Outlet came outside and danced in the snow. Why I love Mt. Vernon.
There’s someplace in the Bible that says fence-sitters are going to Hell. It was primary voting day in Maryland, and I voted for uncommitted. It was the first time I felt bad about voting. Afterwards I went over to Jack … Continue reading