Category Archives: Reflection

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Tired Marks

Sometimes I’m just tired. I just get tired. My legs are lead – they want not to move. My knees are stiff, like those of a war veteran grandfather who has been seated, forgotten and left, before the television set … Continue reading

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Knowledge and Accomplishments

Recently I’ve been thinking a lot about my . . . future: potential, actual, and fantastical.  Last night I sat down and wrote this short creative piece; it does, to an extent, represent some thoughts that are currently ricocheting, colliding, exploding around … Continue reading

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Returning to the Search for the Sandman

In my freshman year of college I was in an i-Series English class called “Writing in the Wireless World.”  It concerned integrating viewpoints and literary communications in the digital era; we learned how to convey our ideas through multi-media, including … Continue reading

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Climbing Over the Hump

The hump is on the downslope; the brightness is on the rise. This past weekend – and even a bit of last week – I felt resistant to where I am, what I am doing, who I am doing it … Continue reading

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Ranch 11: Working with Cattle and Carrots

20 May 2014 in my bed, after drinking a large bottle of Lagunitas’ NightTime Ale To work with cattle, you must think like cattle. Similarly, to work with chickens, you must think like a chicken. For the former farmer, slow … Continue reading

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Stream of Thoughts about Moving, in the Garden

Written over the course of a few weeks, with a few minutes at a time, on the ranch, on the NAU campus, and around Flagstaff. I’m only 23. I’m young – maybe just a year or two older than the … Continue reading

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Post-ADK 2: Brooklyn Musings

15 November 2013 Parkside Café, Brooklyn, NY The best food is made not by those who learn, but by those who know. I’m in a small café in Brooklyn: Hispanic, Latino, and Caribbean cultures create this place. The food might … Continue reading

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Dream Journal: Teeth Noises

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I awoke last night (well, at the time of this posting, two nights ago, although this morning I also awoke to a similar situation) to two sounds, one concrete and discernible, the other temporal and questionable. The jolt that brought … Continue reading

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Ranch 10: Cat and Garden

Written on 13 April 2014 It’s fairly windy this morning.  Not as windy as it was the other week, with 50+ mile-per-hour winds flying off the mountain, but still windy enough now to caution me against opening the large southern … Continue reading

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Ranch 9: Understanding

Written on 11 April 2014 at Mother Road Brewery As I was tormented today with fears of unconscious, internalized ‘isms,’ I began reading a book on the very concept of compassion, humanity, and socio-personal distinctions in a society, as defined … Continue reading