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Reinventing the Wheel (of Fortune)

For paying customers, the Ferris wheel of Fortune has become a ski lift.

It Kindly Stopped for Me

The sweater fulfilled my need for a constant hug, and I was begrudgingly ready to be still.

Selfish Nights

On a deeper level, though, I sense that I don’t need to construct another obligation for myself.

Wash Day, circa 2021; Or, Assorted Thoughts I Express While Taking Care of My Hair on a Sunday Afternoon

I send a quiet prayer of petition up for my sisters out there adding eggs to their hair routine: “May they remember to switch to the cold faucet.”

Meditations on Gratitude

I used to think that gratitude would rob me of joyful anticipation.

Fool’s Spring

Normalcy was on the horizon, but staying safe still meant never getting my hopes up.

Metepisteme: After Knowledge

Metepisteme: After Knowledge

by | Mar 30, 2021 | 9 comments

Do I know the ends of what I know, and will my knowledge deliver or damn me?

Physically Me

Physically Me

As long as we’re on this earth, she and I are stuck together.

Monsters of the Night

Monsters of the Night

Part animal, part plant.

Of Monsters and Men

Of Monsters and Men

There is no loneliness like the loneliness in our own strangeness and darkness.

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