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Death And All His Friends (Viva La Vida!, But No Coldplay)

“We all have an expiration date. If we didn’t, nothing would ever get done.”—”The Big C” If you know anything about me at all, you know that I love entertainment. Pretty much any form of live performance or media is something I am going to enjoy (although I don’t much like sci-fi or action/adventure flicks, […]

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Processing Loss And Mortality…..

“Gather ye rosebuds while ye may, Old time is still a-flying: And this same flower that smiles to-day Tomorrow will be dying.” ~ Robert Herrick I’m feeling a little melancholy tonight, something that hit me pretty suddenly during an otherwise positive week. The reason for this is that after I got home from our usual […]

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On Confronting Loss….

There was a period between early 2006-2007 in which I lost a great deal: my home, my circle of social acquaintances, friendships, relationships, lovers, financial security, freedom, even things as basic as my reputation and sense of myself. It was a particularly trying time, and in retrospect, one of the most important in my life. […]

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Is The Morbid Artist Phase Over Yet?

I suppose this isn’t really the most cheerful topic on which to share my thoughts, but this blog is one that’s been formulating in my head for awhile. If you’re not in the kind of place where reading this is beneficial to you, please, by all means, skip it and come back tomorrow. One thing […]

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