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The Name of Stopping

Taking a book up into the mountains I cut out and rearranged the words insisting each one expresses conscience following every could with a should. As old and delicate as youth was with a voice not heard since it died … Continue reading

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Resistance

I had a boss once in a grocery store who yelled at his employees to be doing more. ‘When I speak to you, listen,’ he insisted. The work slowed down in silent resistance. A teacher walked up to me and … Continue reading

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Phony and False

Down at the pool hall I met a guy said he was a veteran of the CIA where he tortured Afghanis and Iraqis and although I could see evil in his eyes I was not sure that he was a … Continue reading

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No Dismissal

  I’ve been here for years saying and doing the same things in new ways I told you I’m staying, can’t make me go. I stand for yes. There’s no saying no. You cannot make me disappear by telling me … Continue reading

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Sure Don’t Be So

  What the teacher does not know is muddled into an open discussion subtely swayed is her way under guise of democratic logic. The pastor of a trusting congregation selects a favorite didactic passage and frames it in pop assumptions … Continue reading

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Look for Music in Noise

Perceptions branch out appropriately every couple of heartbeats so far from truth but serviceable. Eyes need rubbing and get blurred close to incapable so far from truth but genuine. The wildly grained wall enforces an even lineup of nonsensicals so … Continue reading

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Falling Foreward

  Do not walk on the dangerous ground of arrogant fancy do not fly on empty air instead, try to find purchase where the world has substance. Watch your step as you step upon light of June moonglow mistaken is … Continue reading

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