Wrote this in the fall of '16, a couple months after deciding to leave a nearly 10 year relationship unexpectedly.
He was shocked and very hurt, and the worry of "I hope I don't hurt anybody else like that" remained with me.
A group of twelve young men and women seek wisdom from a ninety-two year-old man who runs a hundred miles at a time.
Penny and Jan visit the home of this phenom to invite him for pizza and beer and 'questioning'; and find transcendence.
This right here, this is a poem I composed almost a year ago for English class, I wrote it in roughly twenty minutes but I thought, "hell, let's upload it, why not?!" I think it's somewhat decent and if anyone gets even a smidge of enjoyment out of it then…
Based on a word game, this turned into a story I enjoyed learning as it told itself to me. An odd junket into someone's mind and the displacement new technology produces. And a hint that beyond the new that destroyed the old is the "new". Like the tides washing in…