Monthly Archives: July 2017

Faithfilled Leap

I stable myself at the top of the ladder as I gather the guts to aloft. I hope my heart can endure the spirit of the spring. If not flight, may I have the faith to foot the foundation. Fail … Continue reading

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Road Trip

My thoughts: Gnawing beef jerky while driving has lost the thrill. Olive, my new best friend from Omaha, makes the best old fashioned I’ve ever had. Worth the drive. She’s a bartender at The Broiler Room. Henry – a young … Continue reading

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Remains of Ours Days

I’m in the mood to write but I’m not in the mood to edit. So read or not. It’s all good. I feel like a celibate man who just discovered porn. I’m full and it’s time for the release. So. … Continue reading

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A Lush Life

The oddest aspect of a friendship / relationship with a drunk is that you find yourself hoping he’ll/she’ll fail.  You hope she’ll hit rock bottom faster so she’ll get help and you’ll get her bullshit off your back. It’s so … Continue reading

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Forced 

Am I driven by politeness or obligation or fear?  I don’t know.  I do know I’m not motivated by intention or altruism.  And I do know I’m driven. (Photo courtesy of thefirstsix.com)

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A Pointed View

I sat on the grass and watched her enter through the gate.  We used to be friends.  Since childhood.  Before puberty.  She’s been in my life for most of my life.  And then she wasn’t. Her actions toward me were … Continue reading

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