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Ticket To Ride, Book2, Chapter 30: There are a lot of answers…

What and where is America? (first draft) by Livy Tinsley Artists have long seen America as a retreat from the outside world, a quiet place where one can allow inspiration to flow. Spiritualists believe it to be “the promised land,” … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Book 2, Chapter 18: Days End At Land’s End…

Woke up around two this morning, killer headache, dehydrated. Unseasonably hot, close to 100 degrees. First time out in the water I “dry-docked” my board. We’re in tropical waters now, urchins everywhere. I didn’t want to get off my board … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Book Two, Chapter 1: To lead a better life, I need my love to be here…

Just Another Day Livy Tinsley’s Story “To lead a better life, I need my love to be here.” – from “Here, There And Everywhere” by the Beatles   As the sun was setting over the Pacific Islands, casting it’s multi-color, … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Chapter 14: People are fucking beautiful…

Fourteen My mind was a mess as the previous week had ended with a piece of unwanted wisdom. After seven half-assed hours of sleep from midnight in Paris to the Spanish border, a German, “Hein” (name given), went off to … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Chapter 13: I read important books in winter…

Thirteen Morgan in Europe, in his own words   I’d like it here if I could leave and see it from a long way away. – Michael Stipe   The brick is broken bridges burned rails long since rusted and … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Chapter 8: Have fear, the island is full of noises…

Eight Events, daily or otherwise, are connected solely by the struggle to maintain a consistent identity. They themselves are innocent. – Narrator   When they reached the airport there was a strong northwestern wind blowing. Morgan and Psalm can hear … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Chapter 7: Ambiguity is the essence of poetry…

Seven Psalm continued to sit in a state of solemnity and reservation but Morgan had a feeling that it was all leading up to something. His solemnity had an air of imminence. Psalm would soon speak. The next moment it … Continue reading

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Ticket To Ride, Chapter 6: How do you sleep?

Six   Think in the morning, Act in the noon Eat in the evening, Sleep in the night. - William Blake   Morgan sat behind the steering wheel consciously breathing in through his nose, taking in the light which, in his … Continue reading

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Updated: The Perfect Combination for My Life…

Since everyone seems to want to make a movie of my life, I thought I’d help you along. These two movies combined are the perfect description of what the government has made of my life. No real answers just Pink … Continue reading

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Updated: Achilles heel removed…

For the past 15 years the CIA has seen my family as my achilles heel. Always using emotional blackmail to coerce me into making bad decisions. I expect complete strangers to treat me like shit, and I actually couldn’t care … Continue reading

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