I decided to build a nighttime town where the moon was always at the point of bursting, ready to sprinkle the inhabitants with a glittering smoothness. everyone lives in danger of being god. an eternal curl of smoke and a longing steam whistle snake the atmosphere. I whisper where is my mind,…
"the first duty of life is to live"
I can see stars tonight
I can but when was the last time
A ghost sings to me
through miles of pine
I hate this
I hate this
I hate me and when was the last time
I see stars tonight
I see them but how far away
a strange but comforting static
relays the pine needles
and the stars are dead
just a ghost
just a ghost
This blog is two years old today.
One year ago today I hopped my first train.
I found myself
and I seen the sun
I seen the
and I’ve found
the camera on my phone is busted. I bought a disposable camera and am documenting my travels with that. May be some months until I am able to scan the photos and upload them here.
I’m in Northern Maine currently. 30 miles shy of Canada. Got me a job harvesting blueberries for the next few weeks. Not sure what comes next.
Trying to get back in to writing.
That fear that you will be alone forever
I’ve sold ‘em millions
of lines of lies
I’ve used the truth
to spend the sky dry
what do I have to
leave ‘em with now?
where the grass once grew
I said I’m sorry
too many times
Jumping off a dead train bridge in to a lake.
Spacebags of twisted tea. In fact way too much alcohol. Very liberal laws concerning liquor. Blessing/curse. God help us.
Really really really really good weed.
Feeding cows, goats and sheep old rotten fruit.
Building a fence today. But first: twisted tea.
Currently reading: The Man In The High Castle (PKD)
Nursing a broken heart, still.
Tomorrow: 3 mile bike ride to the coast to watch the sunrise over the Atlantic for only the second time in my life.
In a few days: hop a train, Portland to Bangor. Then the Black Fly Ball in Machias.
where the pain used to be constant, it is now coming in waves. maybe it will be a long long time until it is gone completely. but I think I’m starting to feel better.
Made it to Maine
trains that never come
a past that wont get out of the way
a 137 mile mystery
doors that open to bricks
"am I as forlorn
as a leaf stripped off
the branch on the first
day of summer?”
multitudes of coloured strands
a hold on the earths rotation
I am going nowhere
until I am gone
I didnt take this picture. But this is where I am until tomorrow. I have been feeling so so so much better since I got to New England.
I fell like a sack of bricks
I was shaped well but
there was no concept
we once thought that
there was something
that must be permanent
but so far, nothing
even the land changes
I’ll die, I’ll diegrowing a crack, a crevice
a deep seed
in the sand
may God help us now
growing where so much has failed
riadovoidostoevsky asked: Sorry man. I can't get past Chicago. Was gonna go to Detroit but I cant
I understand. I broke up with a girl because she wanted to move to Detroit.