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City Intersection, Chapter Five - Four Dollars

Woo boy. Things are starting to get rather interesting in the town of Desmond, MA, aren’t they?

I’m having a lot of fun writing this. Maybe a little too much fun. 2,174 more words


Dark Side of Ouroboros

I don’t usually feel compelled to post reviews of individual albums, but Ouroboros by Ray LaMontagne, released in March, piqued my interest greatly.

The whole album, produced by Jim James of My Morning Jacket fame, has an airy, reverb-laden sound not unlike LaMontagne’s previous album, … 294 more words


A Dream of Ouroboros

By Gregory JM Kasunich


Sometimes I fantasize about a life already lived

100 years ago,

a century,

already lived well.

Gracefully, grateful

penitent and painfully, 125 more words



En la nostalgia recordaste, encontraste un portal a lo que amaste.

Allí diste con algo mio, lo sentiste y el verlo te sorprendiste una vez más. 90 more words


The Ouroboros and the Eternal Return

In my Mazatlan studio, the Ouroboros rears her head and almost bites her tail.

The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol depicting the snake or serpent eating its own tail. 296 more words

Monotype Prints

A brief reflection on my history with Wikipedia

The first time I used Wikipedia – consciously, that is, and I can further explain what I mean by this later – was in seventh grade. 348 more words



meandering reflections of an American millennial obsessed with the inevitability of history and the intricacies of Earthly existence