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Unforeseeable

One moment, I was looking toward the sky, while reveling in floating on my back, enjoying waves I was surrounded by, without a care, a shark that could attack, feeling blissful after months of woe, diving, like a dolphin, having … Continue reading

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Galactic Dandelion

A dandelion first looks like a sun that’s blooming in a universe of grass, although it’s small, unlike a cosmic one, and not made out of blazing plasmic gas but little yellow petals for its rays, that don’t give off … Continue reading

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“Wonderful”

Although she’s old and has no memory of years of her long life that have gone by, she always smiles when she speaks to me and tells me I am wonderful, and I respond that she is wonderful as well, … Continue reading

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Celibacy Idolatry

My body was reserved for only God, and though it spasmed, pleading for release, until I felt like some obstructed clod in fear of my own flesh that wouldn’t cease, I mortified that flesh with packs of ice, supposedly for … Continue reading

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Planetary Self

A world without a sun, a ball of ice that hurtles through the emptiness of space, as if it were a tossed and random dice, not manned by any planetary base, but uninhabited and all alone, beyond the furthest solar … Continue reading

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Homeless

You walk at night outside the lit up houses, imagining the warmth they have within, a warmth of love, of children and of spouses, sheltered from the snow you watch begin. You recollect the life you had, like theirs, in … Continue reading

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Aqueous

If I could just evaporate like dew, the woes that weigh on me would cease to weigh, and I’d not need to think of what to do to bear them or to make them go away. Evaporating, I’d become a … Continue reading

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