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The Misadventures Of A Seafaring Lookout

“The motor changes rhythm constantly, keeping us in perpetual uncertainty: at any moment it may stop forever. The current is becoming wilder, more capricious. It’s all absurd, and I’ll never understand why I set out on this enterprise. It’s always the same at start of a journey. Then comes a soothing indifference that makes everything … Continue reading

What’s Love Got to Do With it?

The great Canadian singer/songwriter and known cynic Joni Mitchell most famously wrote that “you don’t know what you got ’till its gone.” What you realize after reading some of these stories is the lack of perspective that enables mistakes to take shape in relationships (usually from the men’s side) to ultimately lead to the end … Continue reading

Diciembre Presents The Idiot President. Coming to a War-Torn City Near You

“The city was lovely. There could be no place in the world to which he belonged so completely. That was why he’d always dreamed of leaving, and why he’d always been so afraid to go.” I have a difficult time summarizing the plot so I will let the publisher do it for me. Here it … Continue reading

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