Category: One-Word Essays

Voice.

I remember the voice coming out of my kitchen radio sometime back in 2003 or 04 – before I moved to the Sunshine Coast – when I still lived above Turks, on the Drive. It caught me, that voice and the poetry it was… Continue Reading “Voice.”

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Interrupt.

Work is a funny thing for me. At times I’m dedicated to getting the job done and doing what I have to do, while at others I’m as lax as they come and take none of it seriously. Day-to-day my temperment changes and I’m… Continue Reading “Interrupt.”

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Medellin: A journal excerpt

Medellín – so badly desiring to capture this place between these pages and also know the impossibility of it. It is noisy and dangerous, polluted, and crowded with throngs of people mostly going in circles – the dispossessed caught in the bowl that is… Continue Reading “Medellin: A journal excerpt”

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Forest (essay)

(I’m determined to start writing about more than my woes and get a bit creative again – so I’m reviving the one-word essay). I haven’t hiked in awhile – not the serious kind of hiking where you put on your pack for several long… Continue Reading “Forest (essay)”

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notebook (essay)

(this is the first thing i wrote in my new notebook) a fresh, blank notebook is like a secret promise that this time, finally, one will get the words right. those would be the words that keep the relationship intact, get the poem published,… Continue Reading “notebook (essay)”

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