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Resume Women by Philip Scott Wikel (This is my bug spray)

Resume Women by Philip Scott Wikel (This is my bug spray) I’m going on another 11 year hiatus from women. In a brief period of only a month and a half, I’ve been rudely reminded of why I took the … Continue reading

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Antichrist by The 1975

Antichrist by The 1975 (Dedicated to my ex and all of my girlfriends) Well i swear there’s a ghost on this Island His hands, all covered in blood My wife enquired of understanding But of course my dear, you can’t … Continue reading

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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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