Monthly Archives: July 2014

Animalistic

It’s my day off today and I am home being super lazy studying animal behavior. If I had to assign my cats a psychological diagnosis they are paranoid schizophrenics. They experience auditory hallucinations, delusions and vacillate between long periods of inactivity and small bursts of … Continue reading

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Psychoanalytic Tango

The id and the ego, between them a tango dancing the evening away. Casting their shadows, dancing in meadows a game they both like to play.   The morally righteous are feeling indignant, pallbearers in a funeral for fun. Onward they’re … Continue reading

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50 Reasons Why The Unhappy New York Article Is Bull$*#^!

Laura Argintar published this article on Elite Daily titled “50 Reasons That Prove Why New York Is Actually The Unhappiest City In America”. I took some time to repudiate her claims. As a life-long, native New Yorker – I felt it necessary. 1. … Continue reading

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Alluvion Laughter

their laughter drifts through swings; like air being carried beneath airplane wings … like flotation devices on a summer pool in July … like a stork baby carrier delivering its supply … like stratospheric storm cloud formulation whirls … like … Continue reading

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Acquiescent Senses

Waiting, for a feeling to subdue in the evening hue of pinks and blue. Patiently, holding on to a long gone longing at dawn, tired hands reach up into the air to stretch and they yawn. The day is gone. Perspicaciously observant, of … Continue reading

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vagabond thought

some thoughts from the daytime pass through my mind in the night while I lay me to rest; they knock on the windows of my conscious state observing to see if anyone is up this late, simply to find not … Continue reading

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