Category Archives: Bath

Personal Hygiene

I’m in the bathtub every Thursday eve. The water’s always hotter than I meant, so I don’t soak as much as sweat, and leave the bath with scant a quarter hour spent. The first of every month I wash my … Continue reading

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The New Toilet

I listened to an architect one day, who lectured, if we want to take the road to smart design and use, then come what may, we have to give first place to the commode. “For we can cook outside, or … Continue reading

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Bathroom

My favorite room is where I take my bath, eliminate all waste, and shed old skin. In silver water I submerge my wrath. A gulp of water cleanses me within. More vivid are my bathroom memories than those of any … Continue reading

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Hex

Every minute yesterday it seemed I had to push me up an endless hill with leaden legs, on avenues that teemed with people who looked hungry, sad or ill. The sun was golden warm and stronger bright than it had … Continue reading

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Making a Naiad

Once upon a time, there died a girl who adored water. Not so much to drink, unless she was very thirsty. No, her name was Cody and she loved to be surrounded by water. If you asked her, she would … Continue reading

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Bath Sonnet

The silver sound of water when it falls against itself at once invigorates as it consoles, and drops like little balls of light splash upward as it penetrates the depth already formed within the bath. It seems the silver sinks … Continue reading

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Bath vs Shower

The grandmas weren’t engaged in any sort of sales campaign. They never had a goal to convince outsiders to adopt their values. Most didn’t give a fig how others cleaned themselves. But every community contains firebrands and opinion-holders. The pro-bath … Continue reading

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