The aching blue mountain sky rips out my heart and wraps me in a cold cocoon of despair that cleanses the palate of platitudes and uncomfortably warm enclosed spaces because I loved you and I left you. I left you in the orange sunset of a fall Sunday when your pain hard as plaque in … Continue reading Transcendant.
The veneer of adulthood wears thin after a few decades. There's a pause that sounds like a hiccup in the middle of a weather forecast. It resets thoughts. It rearranges beliefs. Maybe it's overwhelming, contemplating the vastness of life and realizing that my significance has no more weight than the dot at the end of … Continue reading I’ve been outside myself