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The Recluse

Nobody knows the poem in your mind
lying deep and festering with you,
sugarcoated with lime and chalky rind
& for a glimpse in time, the rot sings blue. 55 more words

Poetry

Desperation & Reclusion

As I step out of my car I catch sight of her vehicle pulling into the parking lot. I gather my items from the passenger side as quickly as possible and head for the door. 809 more words

I should make 'the effort'

It’s our Towns annual summer Festival. Mediocre music. Unappetising food. No seats. Drunk people. Sometimes it’s fun. Mostly tedious unless I get drunk. It is nice to see some of the people but I find small talk difficult. 151 more words

Watch This: Grieves' "Recluse" (Madison Show On Sale TODAY!)

Earlier this week we announced Grieves‘ upcoming October 12 performance¬†at the High Noon Saloon, and all you eager fans will finally be able to… 49 more words

Madison WI Concerts

His Name was Skip

Earlier this week, I wrote a photo essay about an abandoned house. So many questions arose about the last occupant of the house who left an unfinished boat in the living room, that I decided to do some more research. 713 more words

Appalachia

My Own Little Prison

I live in my own little prison. Self-imposed, it seems as though my sentence will never run out. I’ve lashed myself to these bars like a fly caught in a spider web, all the while knowing that I can let myself out anytime I choose. 691 more words

Life As I Know It