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The Don't Hit Me Dance (Written in 2006)

This poem was published in Fireweed Magazine. I still like it.

Navel Gazing

Navel-gazing: labels

It seems like in the last year I’ve started to move away from labeling myself.  There are things I am, like “atheist”, but I don’t define myself by them anymore.  266 more words

The cult of self examination

2 Corinthians 13:5 – “Examine yourselves, whether you be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know you not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except you be reprobates?” 522 more words


The holy trinity

The holy trinity of contemporary novels, as I saw it, circa 1998. I was eighteen then and embarking upon the greatest reading era of my life (so far). 903 more words


There is no such thing as an adult


When I was very young there was me and not much else. I was aware of the noisy mystery of other children, but at a distance. 346 more words


More bits of recent text

Ho hum. I am writing. A lot. Promises to Keep is coming along… best of all, it’s starting to have ropes, if you know what I mean. 390 more words


Musing on Reading: RSS today, Kindle Unlimited tomorrow, and more

I didn’t start my UnSmartphone project as a personal productivity project, but if I’m honest with myself that was definitely in the back of my mind. 1,264 more words