Tag: minimumwagewanderer

This Too, Shall Pass

 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 close from years gone by. A recurring memory that…

Lesson 1: Blowin In The Wind

“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 fly Before they’re forever banned? The answer, my friend,…

Lessons From The Road – Prologue

(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 the city. The midnight hours were often filled with…

A Night At The Cirque

“The show started at 7:30!”  Lulus words were strained through exhausted pipes and met with coughs all around as we boosted toward the grandly lit entrance of Royal Albert Hall. It was sometime after 7:30. The hall was a crown jewel in any performance…

A Boy In The Green Light

It was almost sunset on an anonymous and calm summer afternoon. The crowds were at their mightiest as the church bells tolled all around him. He bustled through against the flow of tourists and locals, saints and sinners alike. He couldn’t miss the sunset,…

A Boy In Verona

The Summer months were coming to an end, so too was his journey. The final few days of his adventure had been potent, coated in a melancholic beauty. He always walked behind her. Curious to blur the lines between the film in his head,…

Road to Sziget – A Brief Prologue

“The highs and lows eventually culminated into a week of true detachment from the depressing reality of a cannibalistic world, and into the main vein of Neverland.”