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Lost Summers

It doesn’t feel like we’ve had a summer for years now. Climate Change may or may not be making July/August wetter, but this plays only a small factor in the loss of summer, if any at all.  1,331 more words

Capitalism

Nothing Happened

Nothing Happened

Let the crowd thin, then begin
to see why they gathered here.
When clear, on your own path steer.
That was the instruction… 228 more words

Chimneys And Clouds, A Collection Of Poems By Philip Dodd

Why Not?

I don’t know what I’m doing here. I don’t have a plan. The internet is a weird place, and I guess I, like billions of others, want to add my voice to the cacophony of unintelligible nonsense that is its incomprehensible immensity. 202 more words

Elpenor

Day 8 or So I Think: Canadia!

Yeah, OK, I’m sucking at updates.  I don’t even have any excuses; I’ve spent most of my time either on some sort of transportation and hangin’ out while my friends worked and/or slept.   807 more words

Streetlights

I lie awake at night. The streetlights outside shine through my window, illuminating the room and carving out a tiny world of warmth. I keep good company at this late hour, finally freed from the pressure of society for what always seems the briefest of moments. 212 more words

Reflection

Aim or I Am?

I bought a box of matches

In Rishikesh, and it struck me:

Blaringly: I AM, no more AIM.

That put a smile on this face.

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