Monthly Archives: August 2013

Odd Girl Hums “Hakuna Matata”

On a good day, I spend a couple of hours reading passionately and crying when I properly touched by truths. I constrain myself by reading other’s work and not writing myself dry.  Typing and writing for hours is something I … Continue reading

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The Paris Review

The joyous reading of these interviews is drawing blood and life up to the surfaces and I am encouraged by my tribe.  They are persons of intellectual breath, humor, subtlety and distance from my original family tree but they speak … Continue reading

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“As much as we can embody”

I picked up Ernest Holmes’ The Science of Mind for a word or phrase a kite to fly against the grey that appear on the film of my consciousness when I think upon my fill in the blank life.    … Continue reading

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Danielle’s Grandma in the Apartment

“We are all equal, humble and acting democratically typing away until there is a wetness of untapped feeling  a jump from the gut to the throat because the spirited come to accompany at the bottom of the bed as an … Continue reading

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“May I be Frank?”/ “Hi, Frank.”

These days seem to blur when the Writer does not write home to the Mother.  It’s been a week since my last shared post and the Writing Child has gone almost mute from the slow leak of poetry and beauty from the tit.  … Continue reading

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Dream Interpretation, Day 2

So I wake up this morning with a few scribbles to write of my dreaming in the night prior. Awakened, but with eyes closed, I realized that the revelation was “myself as vampire”. I wrote in long hand, Laziness/Envy/ Demand want … Continue reading

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Listening as Reading: Tell me a Story

It’s been a change of pace listening to two different works in audio format,  This past week, I have been juggling Alan Brennert’s Honolulu story and Dr. e’s The Beginner’s Guide to Dream Interpretation.  The marathon listening to the story … Continue reading

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