Browsing All posts tagged under »reflection«

brother, sister

May 28, 2008

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driving through the heart of clairemont’s grid of suburban side streets on my way to shoot a few baskets at gershwin park (no relation), I stopped at an intersection to let a brother and sister cross the street. the brother was probably around 8, and his trailing sister maybe 5. she followed no more than […]

metaphors and boxes

April 30, 2008

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I picked up a seashell To illustrate my homelessness But a crab crawled out of it Making it useless And all my metaphors fell flat Down on the rocks where we sat She asked where are you at? – “The Opposite of Hallelujah” – Jens Lekman I like words. I like reflection. I like being […]

tilling the soil

March 22, 2008

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never thought I’d title a blog entry with an agricultural term, but there it is. since august of 2006, my life – especially in the day-to-day sense – has been pretty steady. wake up, shower, go to work, decide how to feel about work that day, do my thing, go home, do self-maintenance stuff, sleep. […]

here we go again (again (again))

March 21, 2008

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hey again, everyone. (dear homeland security, this is not a dangerous/threatening blog.) so, my previous attempt at blogging was a fantastic flameout. it started off well – I was more than excited to write things that I hoped were funny at best and non-boring at worst – but I greatly underestimated the amount of creative […]