Tag Archive: conversations

Changing Conversation

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For readers who haven’t stumbled on one of my conversations before, you’ll find that I don’t seek a therapist to talk with, I turn out the lights and let my fingers to the… Continue reading

Conversations too late

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My favorite time of day: Night.  So restful to the eyes, so intuitive to the soul.  The peace I feel in the darkness I can’t explain.  Free of eye pain.  Free of eye… Continue reading

Conversing with mud

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For readers who haven’t experienced one of my conversations with the great whatever, you may not know how they are written.   I create a word document,  turn out all the lights, take off my high-powered dark… Continue reading

Fuzzy

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I’m typing in the dark, so relaxing, so soothing, listening to the fan circulate air under my desk.   It’s close to dawn, skies turning from slightly lighter black, than what surrounds me, to a… Continue reading

Rational(ized) Conversations

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Hi there God, the universe, or whatever I’m talking to that isn’t evil.  Do you know how hard it is to type in the dark when the cats insist on having a heater… Continue reading

A RAD CONVERSATION

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Is anyone out there.  I mean, really…is anything floating in the celestial cesspool called the universe that answers to a divine goodness? You. Very funny.  I’m laughing so hard my face hurts as… Continue reading

Conversations: Remember strength

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Hello, God.  Can I call you God? Why not? If no one else dreamed but me, would it be considered hallucination?   What if there are people called schizophrenic who just dream all the… Continue reading

Darkness and Light

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Well, God, the universe or whatever you may be, I’ve found a way to create mostly dark in a place where the outside lights are always on and the laptop screen can’t be turned… Continue reading

Storming out the Write

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Hello…anyone out there?  Anyone? Very funny.  You know I’m always in your mind. I love typing in the dark, where nothing hurts the mind’s eye.  Why am I having dreams about being in… Continue reading

Seeing the light at the end of the funnel

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When I don’t know where else to turn, when I don’t know what to do, I sit in the dark and type at God, or maybe the universe and quite possibly myself.  As… Continue reading