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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

These times

claim your legacy, A hierarchy, what you are allowed to do in 75 median years. mother falls into the 'silent' generation category a square peg in a round hole She does not suffer fools well, Slightly quixotic and smarter than ever given credit for The better half, a twin.   A father to shed the skin … Continue reading These times

Elderscape

Delilah was getting tired. She'd been holding court for 79 days, regaling all the youngsters who were devoted to her tales. Unlike the likes of Joyce Carol and Aaron Sortof, she gave it away for free. The "it" being her extensive yet disconnected knowledge of everything from hawks to cameras, Greek mythology to stock market … Continue reading Elderscape

Hostage to Time

I'm in overload, having to maintain self-control, lacking self-confidence, afraid and fearful, having nowhere to turn, fringe dweller, feeling burned, the body aches make this eleventh hour, a despair all its own. No, opposites don't attract, that's the exception not the rule, like extradition and synchronization, implication, a supposition, dereliction ad infinitum. You only reveal … Continue reading Hostage to Time