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Blessing are Due: A Thanksgiving Reflection

I have learned to appreciate the ease of that time with my mother. She taught me to cook

without ever writing down a recipe. I still measure my prowess in the kitchen by my mother’s.

We talked about things we never talked about at any other time. Continue reading

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Blue Ball (From ‘That New Millennium Dime’)

Blue Ball one ocean/one tree/one/u lookin for water/on the moon/on mars/yet u the one that poisoned the earths rivers/ fish in the lake/the ocean/full of antidepressants/ fantastic/ya dumb ass invented plastic spray more/harvest more clone it/they dont need to know make it … Continue reading

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Diary of a Mad Creative: I create therefore I am, Part 2

It was a glimpse of understanding portrayed in a brief moment of perfectly executed action. Continue reading

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