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Single Twin
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Single Twin

There is so much comfort in a twin bed; Feathers which can conceal thoughts that upon Waking one would not dare speak, But the unsaid thoughts of times when we spoke In the lingering smoke and fading perfume Of a greater destiny that now is not, children un-begot, leaves me […]

Whiskey. A Love Story
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Whiskey. A Love Story

I. Kerouac and Hemingway Never described it this way, But to be active or in recovery Seems to fit my personality. The problem is that my nights Have turned into something I might Have gone to the cinema and seen On some tattered movie screen. Of course my attention wasn’t […]

Concerning the Quirky Crate
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Concerning the Quirky Crate

Not long ago, I wrote a review for the “Quirky Crate,” a rather subpar storage unit that has recently made its home in my dorm. While the crate has become an object of mockery and condescension, I nevertheless found myself contemplating its image. What follows is the result of these […]