OUR CATEGORY : Debbie Okun Hill

Memories of Gigi’s Farm

There must have been some animals two or three work horses with thick tails swatting barnyard flies some white or brown chickens, maybe a cat sunning in a porch a guard dog leaning against the steps but I don’t recall the clucking of hens and scratching of long wrinkled claws on hay nor the neighing […]

Adjusting His Circadian Rhythm

There is a time, a change in rhythm almost poetic, a clock ticking deep within his body, circadian a movement between dark and light a time to dream beneath quilt cover a time to open his eyes a time to sit on rocks soak up sun stains on beach lined resort fill vacation hourglass with […]