Moment Lab

All these words come toward me through clasped hands and eager eyes tightly shut. I am water, a river, flowing fast, steady, confident, light, heavy forward and large, blue a field sun but without that sunset sunlight. Hands touch softly I'm arrested pinned and see-through hesitant now open, an energy, a furrowed brow a cautious …

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Sunday

A saxophone plays in Central Park, New York City. A warm breeze blows like an armistice over boulders and across wild grass, carrying birdsong -¬†one among myriad languages that pop and fizz around street vendors beneath their umbrellas. A mustard and ketchup smile spreads over my face. Everyone is themselves, And I am me, And …

US08

next to God of course America i am surprised as you were constantly devouring the secret of life sdrawkcab that you mistook it for faith upon which you built a machine with which to create Belief. And still, when your pillars of stability and osowonderous importance were struck down you did not falter to wage …

A Few Tips to Use the English Language Good

Kindly refer to people or groups of people as 'who' or 'whom'; not 'that'. i.e. "They were people who still thought digital watches were a pretty neat idea." "Representations are images which define certain groups in particular ways." WRONG. As you're saying directly what representations are, you should use 'that', giving, "representations are images¬†that define …

Preface

It's difficult to understand who you are. Searching for an answer is difficult because of the simple fact that no one knows where to begin. You can list off facts about the surrounding influences in your life - when you were born, your name, your parents, your personal abilities, likes and dislikes - but I'm …