Tag Archives: Writing life

The right thing to do

While it is flattering to have someone quote me, or use an idea I created, it is appropriate for anyone who uses a substantial part of any post from my works to get permission first. I did not use someone … Continue reading

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A bit of poopery

A bit of kid poetry…. Too much sauce too much paste too much pasta on my waist feel so bloated feel so blue feel like a toad and smell like one too… …and a bit of kid poopery…. I love … Continue reading

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Just a short note to say I am actively writing my newest play…I have reached a point in the play where the plot, characters, etc are all worked out- it is editing and lighting/sound I’m working on…so, nothing external now … Continue reading

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Reclaim the culture

Bad poetry is like dry scalp- you want to scratch it till it goes away. I felt that way this evening as I stood, squinting in the sun, as a man ranted dismembered words full of angst at the sky, … Continue reading

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The words of a poet

Character is not the lines etched along one’s forehead, it is the testimony your life provides. It is the days, like pages lived out before the masses, that create a life poem or a story. Years ago, a seanachtai would … Continue reading

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Has Anyone Seen My Imaginary Dog?

No one asks me anymore if I get lonely; it must be my age or a misunderstanding. Or perhaps, just perhaps, the world is collapsing into a void of black hole-indifference. But more likely, my colleagues and acquaintances believe my … Continue reading

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