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Rooms of One’s Own – a box in a box in a box

Life is a box. We live in one, we work in one, we drive in one, we stare at one, we type on one, we ship boxes in boxes to other destination boxes. I’ve been contemplating all of the boxes … Continue reading

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The Insidious Lie of the American Dream

T’was the night before MayDay and all through the land Every worker left stranded held a vote in their hand When all of the town bell towers struck thirteen The people all realized the lie of an American dream For … Continue reading

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