Monthly Archives: December 2008

Ambition, or a sense of world-weariness

If it hurts in the light, shuttle it back to the far side, the dark side, or close it up in a darkened hangar. Give it wings or put it in the ground. Enough with see-sawing and sunny-day imaginings. In … Continue reading

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At least just leave a light on

I’ve been thinking about you, mostly. Your eyes, your lips, your neck, your voice, your hands(!!!), your beautiful, wonderful little body!, your heart… how much I want to sit in bed with you, kiss you… read with you. Read to … Continue reading

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Try between the trees

Try between the trees. Alleys eke out an existence pressed between pillars of architectural excess; Leaves leaping off the boughs of trees may move in any direction. Dumpsters may only inhabit the diminishing passages between skyscrapers, like boulders resting in … Continue reading

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It goes so fast

You are learning to juggle. The trick is to have them all fall in place. You are learning to live. And the same rules apply. I learn so much from you when you learn. I can taste the light touch … Continue reading

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