Tag Archives: metaphor

How to sail a canoe

I’m considering changing the name of this site. Maybe something like “Metaphors from the life of my author, L, and how they relate to my own story.” Too lengthy? Take sailing, for instance. Say you have three women, two in … Continue reading

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Pressure fail

My author, L, and her husband have the good fortune to own a cabin on the shore of a lake in the boreal forest. This little house, despite the never-ending maintenance, is one of their great joys. It’s also the … Continue reading

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Wreckage

It takes very little time to pull a house to pieces. A CAT 320C can do the job in less than an hour on a spring morning. A stray bit of metal caught in the claw of the machine flashes … Continue reading

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