Looking back on it now, the suddenness, the shocking violence of the movement, the velocity of my ascent should have anticipated if I had been paying attention to anything other than my work. … Continue reading
The Basket of Bread (Rather Death than Shame) by Salvador Dali 1945 Bread is a recurring character in many Dali works and he referred to it as a “fetish” object, culturally. Carrying the… Continue reading
When I first met my, now, ex-wife, I was surprised at how muddled her thought process was, especially given how otherwise bright and literate she was. I suggested we take a logic course, classic… Continue reading
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Oddly, this is the second post of this blog though it appears first. I started this article, saved this space, and then created the video post of “I don’t know how you live… Continue reading
There’s only one Alan Ginsberg poem I really like, “A Supermarket in California” but there are many I admire. I envy the “angelheaded hipsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the starry… Continue reading