I skipped yesterday. Intentionally. I wanted to see what would happen.
You see I was describing my experiment to two dear friends. “I’m trying to discover and use different neural pathways around writing. Over so many years of deadlines and…
I told some dear friends yesterday about my inquiry into joy and one of them asked, “You want to be more joyful?”
No. That’s not it exactly.
I love it when the incorrect reflection of something I’ve said asks me…
the week begins.
a scarlet sunrise under dark lavender clouds
inside, I question every word I tap out
one after another
loosens the clutch-y feeling
I think about the diabolical idiocy of being human
able to notice a…
I used to hate Sunday. It was the day before school began. It was day before the mouse trap snapped. It was the day before hum-drum routines took us down. Sundays made me feel sad and nervous.
Friday was my…
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