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Pathon, A Passionate Man

It’s been a while since anyone asked me what I’m “passionate about,” but I’ve been thinking about the concept a lot. Why is everyone expected to have a passion? 2,319 more words


Cuphead: A Sisyphusian Examination of Life

Cuphead immediately delights players with lovingly crafted visuals and presentations.  The game charms players with cartoon graphics that would seem right at home in a 1930’s Disney animation project.  539 more words


A tale of two ditties

There’s a pertinent scene in John Hughes wonderfully delivered film Planes, Trains and Automobiles when John Candy’s boisterous and bumptious Del Griffith and uptight, repressed marketeer Steve Martin’s Neal Page are on a bus and to lighten the mood Griffith suggests a sing-along. 282 more words

Ballad of Sisyphus: Climbing up

If in a drought-stricken village some stray patch of cloud came and poured a bucketful of water, should a farmer say that it had rained or that it hadn’t? 183 more words

My Inferno's All Mine

Distant Figures

Ever more, your eyes are like
stones. Ripples have left in

the shadow of our lost
conversation. Moving

through open meadow,
clouds make darkened

spectral shapes. 66 more words



Measure it out to the end,
This treasure of yours, hidden inside.
You asked Him to follow through,
Follow you, embrace your human-plans,
Then trace you in the sky as you flew, 404 more words


My Week As A Greek King

Actually it was two weeks. But, it’s not like you think.

There’s an old Twilight Zone episode called The Man In The Bottle about a guy who gets to make a wish. 689 more words

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