LISTEN HERE. I hope you are okay. Thanks. That's all I have to say about that. Interesting how many platitudes have an opposite impact of their intent. Interesting how "hope" can be used to mean expect. Do I have an obligation to meet others' expectations, even when it is not I who them? Do I… Continue reading I Hope You Are Okay
I like how you spend your timebreathing— into your pelvic fire,to help signal a feeling of release,balancing contentment with desire,because it is necessary for holiness. I like how you spend your timeeating—what makes you pucker:green tea, Montmorency cherries;steeling yourself for loose hunger,and for whomever says: Yes, please. I like how you spend your timedrinking—from an… Continue reading I Like How You Spend Your Time
LISTEN HERE. I have lived alone for one week of the past two hundred and thirty-nine weeks, starting April 15, 2020, which was to be the first day back to "normal" in Oregon — a long, but not too long, awaited release from holding all of the bad feelings that the COVID-19 lockdown brought up… Continue reading How’s it going?
The best human solution to the problem of grief over a lost sense of being outdoors,combined with fear of being found outis the Juliet balcony, a slight protrusion towardsStep 1: Admit powerlessness. Forecasters say heavy rains, pushing east-southeast,could knock it out on Monday morning,and what’s worse, lift my seedlings from their pots,and plant them into… Continue reading Juliet Balcony
Twinkle, twinkle, little star How I wonder what you are Up above the world so high Like a diamond in the sky Twinkle, twinkle little star How I wonder what you are Oh, darling one I wish I may, I wish I might have that wish we made last night, on that bright star neither… Continue reading Aubade for What Stayed in Reno