Has been entered int the Realistic Poetry Contest and thus is no longer available on my blog as it is defined as non-exclusive or previous publication by the contest rules.
Who knows, I may even win.
Either way, it returns once the contest is over in February
December 31, 2017 | Categories: Americana, anarchy, beat, bigotry, death, Depression, digital insurgency, Emptyness, Existentialism, literature, mental health, new poetry, poetry, Poetry as therapy, politics, spoken word, story-telling | Tags: alieantion, California, Depression, horror, isolation, literature, madness, mass shootings, massacre, Poem, psychosis, shootings, Truth | 3 Comments
Had a good night last night drinking cask barrel wine with Anneke Doty at Solterra Wine Bar in Leucadia, California. We were trying to recall how and when we knew each other 40 years ago at John J Pershing Junior High. We knew all of the same people, some still alive and obviously were on the same general childhood network but for the life of me, I can’t recall any specific interaction with her.
Is that because I didn’t pay much attention to girls in junior high?
August 24, 2017 | Categories: Americana, bigotry, Existentialism, Mindfulness, physics | Tags: California, divinity, Encinitas. Leucadia, Life, love, men, metaphysics, My Mother the Car, Mysticism, school friends, sexual identity, Truth, wine, wine bar, women | Leave a comment