Monthly Archives: March 2011

The end of the road

Some days I wish to see how it all ends. I suppose that would kill the journey. Some days I wish humans looked like Wookies.   Not that this would solve any problems. I mean, I think I’d still struggle … Continue reading

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In between space.

In pursuing the ideal, does one miss out on what is good, acceptable, and even healthy? Not to settle for mediocrity, but to search ones entire life only to come up empty seems daunting, and to be frank, pointless. Unless … Continue reading

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Contentment

Beside you… What is all this? I know how furiously your heart is beating. -An excerpt from “Gray Room” by Wallace Stevens A good friend of mine responded to my last blog post with, “I think you butchered the meaning … Continue reading

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We are glasses that can never be filled.

We wake, if ever at all, to mystery. -Annie Dillard I think for a large sum of people, comfort is more often chosen than freedom. There is something about dwelling ┬áin darkness that brings clarity and satisfaction. The problem, however, … Continue reading

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