Those who do not Judge

Really don't know shit about judgement. Have fooled themselves into the purgatory of ignorance “Enlightenment!” They cry, but do not cry lose but have not lost.   Dear Lord, Buddha, God of all Gods, Allah of Nazareth, Protect us with the strength of your apathy   Teach me a song that does not carry that … Continue reading Those who do not Judge

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Red Light

Moving over the roads skin, my best friend, the passenger; a hand rolled cigarette.   For then I had found myself in an Oakland river air   "Attach something to the music" he said, "like the last cigarette had."   And from then on in I could only describe the color of flannel in a … Continue reading Red Light

One Night at the Miami Hotel in Bangkok I Loaned you my Clothes and you Took Off with Some Tinder Girls and a Pocketful of my Money

At some point in this story, the above title will come into play. When it does, I want you to remember that I’m being facetious with the word “loaned”. And just the word loaned. All others are politically accurate, fiscally irresponsible and socially acceptable in Miami. In fact, among other things, this was no loan. … Continue reading One Night at the Miami Hotel in Bangkok I Loaned you my Clothes and you Took Off with Some Tinder Girls and a Pocketful of my Money

Van Goh

My mind is something that hides Not cast, because cast suggests someplace where, yet also not for prepositions:   My mind is inside your mind.   Looking across the street to the Sunday strangers walking over steps that refuse to leave foot prints, there are puddles and they will eventually become steam.   In a … Continue reading Van Goh