Tag Archives: Tyler Bigney

Almost

All night snow dropping out of the sky like a bad joke. In the morning the sun danced out but it was too cold for most things in the world to be alive, or want to dance. I walked a … Continue reading

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Thirty

When I turned thirty it was snowing in Nova Scotia and I was sweating in Pattaya on some street, on some phone talking to my mother, her wishing me happy birthday. Later, a few drinks lighting me up, I walked … Continue reading

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Good enough

This morning I woke and read the news. Seems everyone is trying to live forever. All I read was healthy recipes for the heart, new workouts, and an article by a doctor claiming that exercising four times a week could … Continue reading

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To yonder

Headlights on the dirt roads, unable to write, unable to drink, unable to sleep without tossing, or turning one side to the other. How empty my heart is. But I’m hoping to fill it up with purple flowers. I drove … Continue reading

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White crow

Holed up all winter talking shit on the internet about rap albums I haven’t heard & watching the same four-minute clip of the Japanese girl getting fingered on a train, convinced if we met on a snowy street in Tokyo, … Continue reading

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The beach

The beach – dead seaweed, broken glass, brown filtered cigarette butts pushed down into sand. I walked to see boats, waves, perpetually white-capped. The war between my brain and my heart has not yet reached its climax, but soon my … Continue reading

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Strange symphony

She had pink lips like she’d spent the summer sucking strawberries, but I asked, and she said no. I believed her. I wandered barefoot through Thailand, with the bugs, the heat sticking, taking my breath, slowing everything down, following her … Continue reading

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