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Artistic Renaissance Man seeking Renaissance style Patron of the Arts

It’s been over a month since I last posted. Normally I’d apologize for that…but none of you even checked to see if I was alright. Really? I’m gone for a month, and…nothing? No phone calls to my next of kin? … Continue reading

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I may be a writer, but none of my friends like to read.

I’m not allowed to talk about reading or writing with my friends. They consider these activities to be deviant behavior, and they feel that openly discussing them is incredibly distasteful. I’m something of an enigma. A nerd without any nerd … Continue reading

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True Fiction

Fiction, by definition, deals with information or events that are not factual. It is imaginary. Made up. Unreal. Ironically, the best fiction is successful entirely because it feels real. You don’t need flowery language to create an entertaining story. You don’t need … Continue reading

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A poem.

The Stygian Glare A message of endings, written in retinal scar ink The painlove is Crystallized obscurity, obtuse acuity. Digging its hole through time, it burns The Antioch flame Darkness rises in her cage of souls In the distance, a … Continue reading

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Patronage: glorious dream or hideous inevitability?

I have been out of work the entire month of August. Not because I am a loser and I got fired or laid-off. No, i’m just an idiot, and I resigned from a stable and decent paying position in the … Continue reading

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