Monthly Archives: November 2017

725 tears in the confessional 11-24-17 (search the word search box)

What is a woman that a man is not? What is a man that a woman is not? Is it merely the differences nestled between their legs? Is it that she got a Barbie for her birthday and he got … Continue reading

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724 Deus Erectus 11-18-17 (to be read after reading #260 – Adam Erectus)

At last! The Ape rose from His knees, after millenniums of agonies struggling to control chaos, He knew what He had to create, slowly, over coming centuries: Certainties. Iron chain grids slid down over the murderous clan that was his … Continue reading

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723 Gettin’ used to it! 11-18-17

Strings of sparklin’ silver lights luminate palm trees in the night. Short-sleeved carolers’ southern drawls sing send-ups to Bing Crosby, ” I’m dreamin’ of a White Christmas” (with not a hint of irony) wishin’ us, “Merry Christmas, Y’all!!” A blue … Continue reading

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722 A mailing label, in cuneiform 10-11-17 (go to word search box)

I can’t wait for some future someone to uncover, in the huge garbage dump the earth will have become, the address label from my most recent New Yorker Magazine. Though faded and stained by the soot and soil it will … Continue reading

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721 a little light is light. 11-10-17 (check out the word search box)

There! And again, there! In an icy forests darkness, akin to blindness, or eyes squeezed shut for fear of something, stalking near, a flicker. Firefly? Fairy? Just ahead, a shape shifter glimmer floating forward or, as easily, circling me around … Continue reading

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720 For DKL on her mother’s Passing 11-5-17 (go to word search box)

She, felt, you first. Then you knew her long enough to reach the age she was when first, she, met, you. And then some! And in those heart beats, grew your comradeship of blood. Genes groom us to feel, as … Continue reading

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