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Book: Young Truth


As you might know, I’m writing a book.  I had a mini-epiphany the other day at work concerning one of my main characters.  I considered posting the details of that revelation because it’s a nice twist, has to do with the main … Continue reading

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Letter to the Past

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Dear Jessie/JWalk/Sass/Ms Jessica, I haven’t thought about you in a long time, and for that I’m sorry.  There haven’t been any reasons in the last few years to give you any consideration, but now I realize just how long it’s … Continue reading

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Motivation: I Haz None


Don’t have much to say today.  Maybe I do, but it’s not really coming out in a coherent way.  Mostly I just don’t feel like working on a blog right now.  Too restless. Work – my accounting job – is … Continue reading

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Moon Clock


     When it comes to the idea of home, I’m a total sap.  While growing up, I lived in the same house for seventeen years (1992-2009), and not-so-secretly hoped that my parents would never move – staying even after my … Continue reading

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Practice in Repetition: A Pantoum

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For the third poem, we were given the option of writing a villanella, pantoum, or sestina – all of which deal in repetition, either with specific words or entire lines.  The pantoum contains four or more quatrains (four-line stanzas) and … Continue reading

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