Historic Preservation II by John Moessner

Rain colors the joints of an oak coffee table set on the strip of grass between road and sidewalk. Ethan Allen, hero of a revolution, sits burned into its belly. The nicks and small dents of dropped mugs, or the rings from sweaty glasses, all highlighted by the humid shower and the drying, noon sun. One might hesitate to get rid of an heirloom, especially … Continue reading Historic Preservation II by John Moessner