You aren’t me, and that’s enough to make me happy. I’ve mentioned before about how sometimes we all look around and see someone that is achieving by their own admission. Maybe you see their support. Maybe you see their internet points or something. I don’t know. But whatever it is, you start to compare yourselfContinue reading “Separate Ways – Journal 10/23/17”
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Coast Starlight 9:35am, Seattle, WA: I romanticized it. 10:21am, Tacoma, WA: Luggage 11:11am, Olympia-Lacey, WA: Prepared. 11:35am, Centralia, WA: Packing my things 12:19pm, Kelso-Longview, WA: And getting ready 12:58pm, Vancouver, WA: To leave home 1:50pm, Portland, OR: And set out 2:27pm, Salem, OR: On my own. 4:10pm, Albany, OR: It was scary 5:10pm, Eugene-Springfield, OR:Continue reading “Coast Starlight”
King Street Station
Chase Thick bubbles in the throat Clog the voice, Distorting and stretching Music from our speakers, On the skybridges, Hitting The mountains distant In pale burgundy dawn, Sticking out like Thumb tacks From the world Corkboard To pin down and mark The places we’ve been And will go to Some day.
Prowl Wrapt Scrimshaw Club
Relocate – train station to station Melancholy – music performed in background Hills – gone over in locomotives Snow – blinds in its density Wilderness – in no where Cold – by outside snow Traincars – bileveled on iced rails Warm – by a long coat Stations – between two points Oeilladed – by oldContinue reading “Prowl Wrapt Scrimshaw Club”
Visiting Venus If I could show you Venus I’d ask you to step aboard my ship If I could have a picnic With you there I’d take your hand and lead us I discovered this place So long ago now Before I met you It’s not changed since I’ve found it And when we TouchContinue reading “Visiting Venus”