Monthly Archives: October 2012

Bonjour!

Well  hi there! It’s been a great day, and I am so thankful to the lovely folks at BreakThru Radio’s program “Biology of the Blogger” for hosting my work. If that’s how you got here, hi I love you, and … Continue reading

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Watching the Trees Dance in the Rain

Erik Satie’s “Trois GymnopĂ©dies” is the perfect soundtrack for a quiet and misty New York City morning.

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“Suitable Emissions”- My Next Band Name and a Story about Impotence Trials

The French have enjoyed a long, prosperous, and rich history. But among their many significant accolades, they should perhaps be most proud of their reputation for being excellent lovers. While the language itself is nuanced, passionate, and sexually charged, many … Continue reading

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Sad Pastries Read Verlaine

“It Rains in My Heart,” by Paul Verlaine It rains in my heart as on town and on mart, pours down longings that start to reign in my heart! Oh soft ringing of rain poured on earth, eave and pane, … Continue reading

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Merde de Pigeon!

Once upon a time, I was walking through a particularly charming park near my office in Manhattan when I noticed a beautiful, elegant and well-coiffed woman walking near a group of pigeons. Startled, they flew up at her suddenly, legitimately … Continue reading

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