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If this is the corner I've painted myself into

…think only this of me

That one more cheap camera
has shattered
against the world’s beauty.

— Everette Maddox

Toulouse Street

Spill That Wine Dig That Girl

Morning will come before you know it pouring through the door like the boiling oil of hash browns on the side. It is not time yet time for breakfast. 58 more words

Cryptic Envelopment

Give me

your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free so that we may burn them.

I have bills to pay and you, Mr. and Mrs. 59 more words

Toulouse Street

About Silence

From Jack Spicer’s “Imaginary Eligies II.”

The poet builds a castle on the moon
Made of dead skin and glass. Here marvelous machines
Stamp Chinese fortune cookies full of love. 74 more words

Toulouse Street

The Daddies are Coming (and a brief lesson on Jewish law)!

The daddies are coming for a visit next week. I haven’t seen them since before the transfer. I can’t believe it’s been that long. We skype and facetime regularly, so it doesn’t feel like that long, but it’ll be so nice to have them here and get the opportunity to really share this pregnancy with them. 542 more words


Part 4- Cognition…In the Time of Not Quite Knowing

“I will not cease from mental fight… Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand.”
-William Blake

Merriam’s dictionary defines ‘cognition’ as the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses… the mental activities of thinking, understanding, learning, and remembering. 529 more words