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Tag Archives: Ivan Jenson
When morning feels more like evening and wine tastes like water then you know something is thinning like the hair of a middle-aged man and so you walk in rain on a sunny day knowing that there is a chill … Continue reading
I don’t have a woman who is my rock and behind this good man is nothing but thin dead air and my only encouragements are the rare moments when I snap myself or slap myself out of discouragement and yet … Continue reading
The sad truth about happiness is that it does not tell the whole story there is no follow-up to see if the recipient has maintained their quota of endorphins or whether the butterflies in their stomach have flown out their … Continue reading
You share snippets of snapshots which create a dream-collage of torn-off truths and made-up black and white manifestations of what might have been and on that bulletin board riddled with thumbtack facts scotch-taped with sticky situations that you emotionally detached … Continue reading
One day you are going to cough up a cacophony of camouflaged fuselage funneled through the filter of your native tongue and this siphoned fuel to the fire will fill up the tanks of a thousand rumbling motors parallel parked … Continue reading
If I don’t see tangible results within the foreseeable future then I am going to have to reach into my past to locate and point a finger at a formidable figure or figurine that is to blame for making me … Continue reading