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Canyon Road Winter Twilight
Do not say you will come back
When it is warmer
When you have time
When the light is better
When the galleries are open
When the chestnut trees are green
When a woman in red sits on the garden bench
When the blue gate is wide open
When the duende seizes you
When you are not obsessing
When you are not regretting
When you are not counting
Your losses
See the Hunger Moon scale the Sangres
Press the shutter. Now.
Sharon Niederman, February, 2012

Canyon Road, Santa Fe

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Seventy million records sold. One of the world’s 50 most beautiful people. Yet he is not Pavarotti, and critics dismiss him.

He gave me Ave Maria yesterday, while I drove north on I-25, the lights of Santa Fe behind me as I scaled Glorieta Pass. The late afternoon winter light emitted a burst of gold before lavender dusk settled over the snowy landscape. (more…)

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