Tag Archives: dissonance

snake oil saleswoman – February 18

2.18.2017 snake oil saleswoman on the line if you change that data point you’ll pay more for the yada but less for the hoo-hah   absolutely. sell me another. or not. wait let me… no, offer only good ‘till third … Continue reading

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lying fallow – December 18

12.18.2016 a lying fallow afternoon, nothing of import to do but breathe which should be enough.   for dog whose nose lies on the floor it is a full day’s work   and cat seems to have perfected the art … Continue reading

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shared leadership – September 15

9.15.2016 [shared leadership] shared leadership she said that’s what we want   except when another tried to share and then a firm hand she intervened.   we often love the words more than the deeds. —————-

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sitting with history – February 12

2.12.2016 [sitting with history] sitting with history all around in stacks and microfiche in displays that show past times that are mine.   how can it be that the everyday of my life is now the yesteryear of theirs   … Continue reading

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borders – April 14

4.14.2015 thin like a rapier sharp as steel hawk nosed and young   we talk across borders of business and youth   wandering voices striking fire and spark yet opaque   how do generations hear one another when texts have … Continue reading

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stiffness – February 28

2.28.2015 stiffness hardens the hands that type   age creeping toward a distance   from the vision of my self as solid. —————

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parched skinny sky – November 29

11.29.2014 across a parched skinny sky flocks skim southward on an unconscious inner guide we know nothing of.   aliens from feathers and fin we observe but connect not.   stretched afar by our self-chosen distractions, we have lost touch. … Continue reading

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