3 thoughts on “More than a century later

  1. Dig it much.
    The insertion of a string of years. Snipped from ‘zine & coalesced in your prose flow.
    The separation of /Cuban/ from the subject of the sentence that it modifies.
    Uh huh. Glad you made and shared.

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    1. Thanks, Susi. I think you nailed it. I’m often never happier than when sat on the carpet, an island in a sea of pictures & words, a pair of scissors & some paper glue. Reminds me at once of being six.

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