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I went searching for an antonym

for salvage. And the slippery lickery mercury cool slideroll of the word flashed a grin. Rescue, retain, restore, recover, save, retrieve those objects that are not yours as though they were once yours, as though they are now yours, saved, … Continue reading

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my little circadian chimera

Narcolepsy dysanea paralysis would Sisyphus and his halfsmiling face agree that man is born free and is everywhere chained, or born, free bouldered heavy pressured to be Camus, by the way, a heartbreaking babe with a weight in his words, … Continue reading

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Found poem: in which we go for a walk and receive an Easter message.

Every once in a while–notably often when the mood is persistently askew, running dark against a bright and humid afternoon filled with illogical blossoms plethora-ing from every tree, harassing the bottomed mood with heavy beauty, blue and bright and daffodil … Continue reading

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Concordance: describing utopia

Still no seahorses, and the youngster’s legs were getting a waterlogged look from so much wading. But it was not lost time, for they found and learned about many other things. John came along the beach to me, grumbling, “Everything … Continue reading

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another thing

another thing about cat that one rags and tags confusing to look at coloured unpatterned peach and offcream cloudy day pool of warm round delect- elect select forget regret lap cautious sh/quiet shows sharps on regular, schedule/d tin thin and … Continue reading

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Writing in progress. Please hold.

Dear blog, I am itching to write about how considering dystopias may be a fruitful way to map utopian changes in actual reality, and how this conversation is starting to emerge out there and create a shift in the nature … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: defenestrated

I defenestrated Idoru, by William Gibson, though I really, really wanted to love it, because my then-supervisor cherished him so that while not steampunking the dirt in the yards forth and back of her large tippy house or smoking before … Continue reading

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