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(c) 2007 dwoz you were you and I was me then forces acted inexorably to consummate our alchemy and forge an alloy strong as steel and rich as any gold can be But steel will bend and gold will scratch … Continue reading
(c)2007 If you stayed another night would it really make a difference we both know its a lie but would that get in the way? You know I have to try to break through the indifference to strike dry tinder … Continue reading
Stepped across the threshold through the door its closed behind me for the last time The latch click is quiet still louder than my thoughts its not the sound of coming home and it echoes even now Turn around to … Continue reading
The Lord said, “let there be an inverse-square law, so that the denizens of the earth will not drown in the relentless cacophony” And it was so. And the Lord saw that it was good. The lord said, “let there … Continue reading
“… the report of my death was an exaggeration” were the (some say apocryphal) words of the immortal Samuel Clements, a.k.a. Mark Twain, in the June 2, 1897 edition of the New York Journal. Then again, the bastard IS immortal. … Continue reading
I awake, awash in panicked disorientation. Spilled out of my hammock, tangled awkwardly or perhaps intentionally by the meticulous and intricate weave. If a hammock is nothing else, it is a playful joke on the uninitiated. Impossible to get into … Continue reading
Good morning. This blog will be a place where ideas that are too big to fit in my head can live.