Tag Archives: Ivan Jenson

Good for You

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

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Wall Paper

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

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Human Race

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

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Soul Search

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

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Them Again

usually they arrive fifteen minutes to half an hour late though some come on time they often bring dishes to pass or kisses to the cheek they often kick the snow off their boots then compliment you on your decor … Continue reading

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Meet and Greet

What would your average everyday shrink think about that time you thought your cell was lost or stolen and how you called yourself from your landline and the relief you felt when you heard it vibrate under your Chihuahua so … Continue reading

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Sounds like a Plan

Why don’t we meet for dinner at a restaurant in the distant past instead of the near future that way we can already fondly remember each other and have a shared history from the get-go then we can jump cut … Continue reading

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