Tag Archives: British Columbia

Think Monk

When I’m home I get to experience all of the sensations that fled my fingertips while I was away at work they are simple, but their majesty and comfort is revealed when I am deprived of them. The feel of … Continue reading

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Bus Stop Near Willows Beach

From somewhere comes music: A trombone played well unlike all other trombones that I’ve heard. Music from one of the manors with the trees in the yards and old stone walls ringing the kingdoms of dentists and doctors Mercedes chariots … Continue reading

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$5.99 Soup (For Pagliacci’s.)

I had decided to take a mental health day. There would be no cigarettes and there would be no drinking. A day like that, I reasoned, would be the best way to get over the cold that had been fucking … Continue reading

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Strathcona Hotel, Victoria

Outside is the muted blast of a motorcycle engine a dog howls and the seagulls caw even at night.   Someone yells down the streets and groups of youth laugh and howl like packs of drunk street wolves.   I’m … Continue reading

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