Made it

Congratulations, you made it all happen for yourself, all without spending money, all for just knowing how to use street smarts with the law and value ethics over greed, I have no debt, thus people think I’m rich, but my wealth is so spread out with different friends of all creeds. I don’t take what […]

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Pilot Lights Up

The ownership of one’s intellectual property is integral to successfully being transparent, secure, and private. Public Wi-Fi networks get lost in the mail as do envelopes, and trojan horses, so what I have done is created a sustainable network that runs on energy, not power. The quarantine is real, but it is only digital, and […]

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E.S.P Net-Work

“The applications of our modern era have so many layers of listening devices, I wonder what parts are necessary to keep recording. I understand National Security protocol to a certain extent, but I have ascertained, to a certain degree, that we are selling our personal daily diaries of activities and records of our dialogue to […]

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How did this start again?

“What did we do to end up here? This place, this unholy area that hides the truth from the public eye, how did this happen to us? What made my writing get my family and friends and I into a space that is out of touch with the way things used to be? I pushed […]

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Composites

Brush-strokes, and swipes, and marks and skids, tracks, sprays and displays of affection. Is this public or privately owned at all? Is my domain virtually indestructible and moving with my engine and its software? Is there a resonation that we need to tune into, and what makes this object so appropriately connected? I started writing […]

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Antlers from a buck.

“Running around the ways I used to get used by, rubbing the bark off these trees  with my rack, my antlers that certify my status as wild life, protected by the nation, the spirit of american dreams, the theta, not the beta, this is not the tutorial, this ain’t the trial version, this is the […]

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gardening for the dust

“so there was once a trade known as gardening inn the land; this art form of cultivating food for the family, creating a peace treaty with nature so we may live in homeostasis, a balance know to quadrepeds who give birth through the canal of honoring the divine feminine while worshipping the sacred masculine. no, […]

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yell and tell and tug and pull

“why did I hesitate to go, why did I stop to think about the hole in the plot? Everybody sees but ignores the elephant and I’m not really sure when I can say it’s over let’s move on with this. This, it starts over again cause our humble minds cannot comprehend the complexities of reality […]

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