Time Worn I
Time Worn I: A wide-angle shot of a mailbox on a country road in Vermont. The mailbox, purplish-blue and partly patina covered, sits on the far right of the shot. Behind the mailbox and to the left are green trees and grass, slightly out of focus. A dirt road winds down the left-hand side of the shot, shadows falling across some of the gravel.
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Time Worn II: The same purplish-blue mailbox sits in the center of the shot fully in focus with a woodsy slightly blurred background. It’s shown from a different angle, the left-hand side of the mailbox visible. The mailbox is partly patina covered with its door ajar. The mailbox sits on a wooden post that is partly visible with distinct grain. Full sunlight falls on the background and on the door to the mailbox.
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Time Worn III: The same purplish-blue mailbox faces to the side of the shot, with its door fully open, the dark interior partly visible. The left-hand top and side of the mailbox are visible with full sunlight illuminating the patina covered top, wooden upper post, hanging tree above, and flower buds below. The green trees and grass are blurred with deep pockets of shadow.
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Moriah Hampton received her Ph.D. in Modernist Literature from SUNY-Buffalo. Her fiction, poetry, and photography have appeared in
Hamilton Stone Review, Entropy, Rune Literary Collection, The Sonder Review, and elsewhere. She currently teaches in the Writing and Critical Inquiry Program at SUNY-Albany.
Read Moriah Hampton’s fiction,
“Mother to Be,” in this issue of Wordgathering.