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The Road

Let me tell you about the place where I was found. Let me tell you about this little town, with its quiet streets and vacant shops, where old bicycles collect dust and stand outside, where the only signs of life are these brown trees and its rustling leaves. 376 more words

South African Blogger

1000 Words for September 17th

I think I have yet to mention this, but I’ve begun writing a book. I started sometime in June, around the time I was wandering through Dublin without a single plan. 1,123 more words

Traveling

First Amazon Reviews In and Books Are Being Shipped

What a great week it’s been. The preorders of Native Moments started getting shipped almost a month early and the first three Amazon reviews have been posted. 269 more words

Writing

Six Seconds

by Rick Mofina

Finally, a benefit to an asthma attack followed by a round of insomnia inducing steroids – another book finished in a matter of days.  479 more words

Fiction

Vote for Bernie; Tomorrow, June 7th

Get out and vote!
Tomorrow, June 7 is an extremely important day for our country and for the world around us. California, New Jersey, and New Mexico all have their primaries (as well SD, ND, and MT). 382 more words

Poetry

Don't Go With The Flow, Flow With The Go!

(written while staying in Taos, NM)

Met a poet the other day named John Mason. A real hip cat of a fella. As a poet, still living life as much a student as a teacher. 595 more words

Poetry

The Voice of Marshall

I don’t usually share these memories, but 6 years ago today I read at my first poetry reading. It was the beginning of my 3rd year in Philadelphia. 1,481 more words

Poetry