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Chefry

I dream of ghosts and regrets and never could have beens   haunted by mistakes and circumstance   ravaged by the demons of disappointment and depression   but I wash the dish anyway because maybe tomorrow’s dinner might just be better Advertisements

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Timothy Leary Invented the Internet

“Was it worth the wait?” The real answer? No, of course not, and it’s nobody’s fault, more a problem with the science of the thing as a whole. “Did you know Timothy Leary invented the internet, high on acid, standing under a full moon, howling like a wolf. Yes, he was naked. Yes, he wasContinue reading “Timothy Leary Invented the Internet”

Angular Slave

I’ll likely never know what it takes to stand naked in the chillier days of March, under a star-strewn sky, pulling a God through a Euclidean plane. I’ll never know what she felt, working magic she was born to work. But I do know a slave never forgives its master, and neither will I forgiveContinue reading “Angular Slave”

For the Boy

This is a war story. He knows because he is surrounded by people in camo and in his ears are men screaming for help in between the pop of small arms fire. Patrols are always going out and not coming back. There is little he can do. He doesn’t send them out. He doesn’t pickContinue reading “For the Boy”

A Soldier’s End

Once, their blood ran hot. It ran and ran and ran and no one could stop it. They died doing things they wished they never had to do. They were forced by point of gun to achieve whatever ridiculous thing that was asked. Take that hill, defend this bridge, shoot that way. Suppress, suppress, suppress,Continue reading “A Soldier’s End”