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Phillip Sterling

Winter 1996

Floridian Psychology

By Phillip Sterling

The leaves are full of chameleons, licks of lanky arabesques that leap from leaf to palm, or drop from eaves, raining from unguttered roofs. Shooting in short bursts of speed […]

Winter 1996

Aesthetics

By Phillip Sterling

Pleasure often comes like rain waking us to certain coolness   unexpectedly on a humid summer morning. We awaken   and our pleasure starts to grow, not surprisingly   but […]

Winter 1996

Mating Season

By Phillip Sterling

Spring enters warmer climates like a student in the wrong classroom. It wants to leave quickly, yet for some inexplicable reason, stays and pretends to be autumn. Small, dry leaves, […]