Keeping the shadow at bay

This last Apotropaic rite offered by way of the destroyer of illusions Who was here last night the zero Carbon hero of one thousand faces The ego snarled the shadow slithered off one and onto another required by fate an amalgam of self autonomy and collective force Phobius shocks Dinos awe creating a monster named … Continue reading Keeping the shadow at bay

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Elongated Heads

It's been a long time since I actually wrote on a daily basis. SO much has changed in the world over the past 2 years that it seems to be happening all at once at an accelerated pace. "It" being or so-called 'shared reality' which, apparently, is actually anything but 'reality.' no spoken language - … Continue reading Elongated Heads

The heart beat

Charlie Watts was never the most flashy drummer. He wasn't known for the frenzied solos of Cream's Ginger Baker, or for placing explosives in his kick drum like The Who's Keith Moon. Instead, he was the subtle, stoic heartbeat of The Rolling Stones for almost 60 years. A jazz aficionado, he fell in love with … Continue reading The heart beat

Mistakes were made

I’m living proof of the fact that a human being can thrive after falling from grace. Now that term implies a misstep of moral failing but in my case, it was the byproduct of an effect that was imposed upon my being at a young age and for years, then buried in the subconscious yet … Continue reading Mistakes were made

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1962-1971

There are things people don't realize in today's Orwellian dystopia. When thrills are not only bought but niche markets. What? She sighed literary theory, 'representation' is defined as to look like or resemble, stand in for something or someone Or to present a second time; to re-present. A comeback. A greatness reassembled, as the spiritual … Continue reading 1962-1971

Bohemian Dives

In a trash city Roughly 1 million dollars in cash and jewelry were found in cardboard boxes, trunks and Cracker Jack boxes, and $500,000 was found in an oilskin bag that Ida hid under her skirt. An Ephemeral New York "Ida dies 5 months after her 'discovery' in 1932," age 93. The Mudd Club mythology … Continue reading Bohemian Dives