Monthly Archives: September 2012

Asking a Woman Out, Cold: A Memory of My Childhood

[Disclaimer: Do not assume that anything you read here is autobiographical, (even if you are sure it is) unless you take the time to sit with me over a beer or a whiskey and have a conversation. Remember that while … Continue reading

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Lunch I: The Angle of Introspection (September 23, 2012)

I try to eat lean–salads, fruits, and a variety of lean meats with a bit of cottage cheese and a few other items to provide those ephemeral nutrients we often overlook. Doing this requires me to cook pretty much every … Continue reading

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Breakfast I: Reading the Coffee Grounds (September 9, 2012)

“THE HAGGARD woman with a hacking cough and a deathless love whispers of white flowers … in your poem you pour like a cup of coffee, Gabriel” (Carl Sandburg from “Cups of Coffee”) I woke from a weird dream, rehearsing … Continue reading

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