Melancholy Hyperbole

Poetry about longing.

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Personal Ontology

The world can be correctly described using various concepts of “the existence of something.”— Eli Hirsch   If we have souls they are probably in our hands I said peering into my beer bottle. The floor leaned and you tilted your head that you heard me, drank the last sip of your beer, and sloppily spun me on my barstool. I slammed my shot of tequila forgetting the salt and […]

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