You Can’t (and Shouldn’t) Go Home Again

I’VE BEEN nosing around in my past lately. Not always a great idea … but it was for a project I’m tangentally working on that has now become a “project/project” and so . . .

Assignments formalize things, even feelings. Over the last few weeks, I’ve been going to old places that are suffused with memories — glorious and, well, heart-breaking. In certain ways even these roads, changed — for better and for worse — seem to mirror the same feeling. Looking back is strange business. There aren’t maps or GPS for that.

(Downhill/Uphill)

— e. parque., images by l.g.

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