Archive for January, 2014


Round 2. Could strings be pulled in any more directions? That moment when emotional swells carry one through an ocean of perception, adrift on a raft, bound for the sun, towards an endless horizon…overwhelming beauty that will steal your carbon. “What else can I do?”Image

Off the Dome!

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Thought provoking perspective. Love this. Great imagery. Great questions. What is he desperate for?


like suffocating in a hot car

I waded through your distant causeway

You, so gallant

weighted against the faded hood

the shining metal blinded

reflecting the long mirage

like synapses

these distances

create a prized silence

the cradle of our youth

swaying further away

underneath the streetlights

shadows pass like a veil

another crux

another dirty bar

we rattled on about the day’s headlines

avoiding any mention of what had passed

these streets are filled with desperate men

what does it matter

if there’s one more

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Found myself supremely relaxed and deep in thought during my 45 minute commute to the hospital where I work. This is what I was thinking.

Instead of focusing on the consequences of your actions or a situation you might be facing…what about the PRO-sequences of your actions? think about it.

Apparently Native American language was based around how things would make them feel (learned this from 88.1 WESU middletown on their Native American broadcast hour). for example (this is one i made up 😛 but its exactly what they were talking about): if one was to wish another a safe journey, upon departure or soon before one would say, “may you feel protected/protection on your journey” or if its cold “may you feel warmth on your journey”. the point is: they went on to say that our modern day english language is a very mathematical language, where as Native Americans utilized an emotional language. english causes dichotomy in circumstances, black or white, yes or no. maybe if we phrased what we mean differently, there might be more power in The Word of which we speak. remember that EVERYTHING is connected. thoughts, feelings, emotions influence the environment around you. “you are a bender of time and space, with the air that you displace” – Igneous Grimm (band from texas check ’em out)