Category Archives: reading

Drawing, Parallels & Keeping Your Head Above the Water

“I remember being the recipient of that kind of attention, knowing there was perfection to trace and retrace, unwavering details of technical precision that, on good days, made practice a sharpening, rather than the unraveling it usually felt like to … Continue reading

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Catching Up

I feel bad for not updating here recently, because a lot of cool stuff has been going on, but, I really didn’t have a choice. The lack of new content here has been due to:– an abscess in a molar … Continue reading

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It Never Fails.

Saw Malick’s To the Wonder two weeks ago. Thoughts? Many…and maybe in writing this I’ll find some meaning (not of the film, but of a much larger topic). View First: Now, a Transcript: My sweet love…my hope… … You’re everything … Continue reading

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“You Stood on the Other”

The Present I wanted to give you something — no stone, clay, bracelet, no edible leaf could pass through. Even a molecule’s fragrance by then too large. Giving had been taken, as you soon would be. Still, I offered the … Continue reading

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Wherein Discussions are Rekindled.

I am here; I figure if I lay it out here, things will make sense. Here? San Francisco here. *nods* Go on… It has been…god…almost six months since moving to this City. Six months–a new year, new films, new books…all … Continue reading

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Sylvia Plath had a saying, regarding writing, which is ironic: Although you’ve already wasted two hours writing stream-of-consciousness stuff in here when your stream isn’t even much to brag about, after all. Of course, we have a “Post-Confessionalist” here, (aside … Continue reading

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We Are Between Infinite Commas

Repetition does not breed; repetition is birth itself. Repetition is an extraction prolonged into strings of embryonic copies. Given room to repeat, blurriness is definite due to a nature of reality: flux. In spite of flux, however, repetition rises to … Continue reading

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Facial Action

Kurisu-spiration: Smiling Is the Victory of the Day; Give Yourself a Thumbs-Up. Considering I’ve been flipping through Thich Nhat Hanh’s Peace Is Every Step, I really am starting to believe that each smile, contrived or not, can help lead to … Continue reading

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Where Long-Terms Reside (a poem, of sorts).

A life is a relief–what an aphorism… For me, a life is resplendent, pure, fortunate, lingering in Hope. I wish to dwell in uncertainty at times, and look where it has inflected me: My love leads me here–a place of … Continue reading

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Rounding Things Up

Over a month ago, I posted some potential projects that I’d wanted to work on over the summer. Though vague, the ideas seemed promising, and I did jump into research pertaining to many of the areas that I thought could … Continue reading

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