Look at your eyes, lighting up a room; effortlessly, flawlessly. Your smile with the given ability to melt even the coldest heart. Your personality; glittering, outgoing, beautiful. The human personification of a Gatsby soirèe. How do I describe your beauty without sounding cliché? A face and body created in the image of Aphrodite. No, no;… Continue reading Champagne Girl
I don't believe in happy endings in the same way I don't believe that tucked in shirts make you somehow more prepared for the world that is punching you hard in all the many places that count most. As far as I'm concerned, we are much too content in figuring out these places too simply,… Continue reading Love ain’t interested in yesterday
Annoyances are inevitable. I mean, unless you reside on a deserted island in the big fat belly of the Pacific Ocean with a soccer ball, you deal with annoyances on a daily basis. Because most of these annoyances involve people. Some involve technology or inanimate objects . . . which, come to think of it,… Continue reading For every yin, there is a yang . . .
A question was posed to me some time ago. One to which has been posed many times over between friends and associates, from the beginning of more civilized thought to right here and now. If you could have dinner with anyone from history . . who would it be? I answered the question then in… Continue reading Solving the world’s problems over dinner