Category Archives: language

Rainy October night; I listen to the rain

Now constantly there is the sound, quieter than rain, of the leaves falling. Under their loosening bright gold, the sycamore limbs bleach whiter. Now the only flowers are beeweed and aster, spray of their white and lavender over the brown … Continue reading

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Yeah, baby!

  I write likeP. G. Wodehouse I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing! Um, I think? It’s been a while since Brit Lit, but this is the Jeeves guy, right? I suppose this makes sense, since … Continue reading

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That’s the sound of me snorting my coffee. Thanks, someecards.

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Friday Film

I read Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love a while back, and didn’t adore it, but it was interesting. I saw this on another blog I read, and it really spoke to me. I think she’s right on, in a number … Continue reading

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Ode to Chick-fil-a

If you’re not from parts South, this may be lost on you, but it made my day. Nothin’ like Chick-fil-a, baby…

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That creepin’ feelin’

Lately it’s been hard to write, hard to piece together something coherent. It’s not like my life is any more tragic than anyone else’s, or necessarily any better. It’s not that work is hard, though it is frequently. And it’s … Continue reading

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In a dream without lightening of eyes I saw them, children of earth, Nations and races arise, Each one after his wise, Signed with the sign of his birth. A slow song beaten and broken, As it were from the … Continue reading

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