Gettin laid just isn’t worth the effort…

This is a excerpt from the Words of Focus project. It’s also written before The MVP-Approach to Love. —- There’s something that seems perpetually unsatisfying about a hook up. Hollow, like a trojan horse you’ve delivered to yourself. Or perhaps not a trojan horse, as that is full of enemies. Getting laid doesn’t contain pain. It doesn’t […]

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Quite the crush…

This is an excerpt from the Words of Focus project.   — I’ve developed quite the crush. Michelle (yup, that’s a name change)  is, I think, closer to my ideal lover and partner than any other I have ever met. For her, I think, I would even be willing to be monogamous. She is so […]

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A Pro-Flow Environment

This is an excerpt from the Words of Focus project. —— I have found myself in an ease-of-flow state I have rarely found before. See, the people I’m working with make me feel safe. I know that, as long as I am dedicated and dive in, they will help me and take care of me. […]

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Brevity

It is interesting how the best quotes describe a complete feeling and/or thought in but a few words. And those few words are beautiful. “Simple ain’t easy.” – Joshua Fields Milburn “Hard is easy.” – Colin Wright “All I had to do was start where you start with anything else: at the beginning. You just […]

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Nocturnal Flow

It’s strange that inspiration comes to me ever so late. Now it’s 420. I have done something that, so far in this experiment, I have been unable to do. I have come home, gone to sleep, and woken back up to write. It was strange. I woke up knowing that I must write. Even though […]

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The Sun Will Rise. It Always Does.

A story about my first ever night of living homeless. Written in grade 12, and dug up from my archives just now. ———— Up. I can see no light through my eyelids. My poisoned stomach and heavy muscles tell me I’ve slept little if that. My tongue rolls around my sour mouth, striving to escape, […]

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