Jack Thought: 10/26/2022

The wind has found its way back today along with a chill snap in the air. Fortunately, most of the garden is bedded down for the winter or soon will be. There is so much going on and I wonder how much is self-induced. I’ve spent the last six months studying toward an MBA while …

LOVE’S LOCKET

Time slows in the unraveling of a fractured world that finally falls – no longer sustainable. Private corporations develop commercial space travel and other habitable zones are discovered. In a move to protect their interests and save lives, they leave the dying planet to colonize another world, they call Keplar. The exodus begins quietly and …

Ucking-Fay Ant-Ray

2020 was bad. Good in some ways, but generally bad. For the first time, I learned that character doesn’t matter. Doesn’t matter? Character doesn’t matter? Never mind the pandemic, people die all the time. We overcome. Shit you can get unemployment and coast for a bit, hit the bank, suck it up. Armed people threaten because …

Reflection

The iron bench never warmed my bum. It was the fifth of October and I was hanging with my chum chatting coincidental circumstance of meeting where the children play. I am confined in the memory of the spring when I tried to fly with a broken wing, she said. My dog died and got buried …

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