The pandemic opened our doors. It made us vulnerable. It made us a little bit closer in the shared consensus of our imminent demise. But then, it went away. It fell back into its bad […]
Being struck with COVID on my 30th birthday is not exactly ideal. However, the fever and boredom of isolation has led me back here and writing a little about my thoughts on the matter.
Seven days later, well here we are. While I was reflecting on the week gone by of insomnia sweats and cigarettes, a constant made itself apparent to me about the memories I treasure and hold […]
“How many roads must A man walk down, Before you call him a man? How many seas must a white dove sail, Before she sleeps in the sand? How many times must the cannon balls […]
(Earlier) In Suburbia The sun had dipped many hours earlier. The quiet spot in the suburbs was remarkably quiet on any given evening. There’s a quiet street hidden in the atlas an hour north of […]