The Text: Thalia Revisited Written April 14, 2014 I. Muse of Thought I think I’d like to see you wearing white all decked out in Austin and…… Read more ““Thalia Revisited” (Poem, 04/14/2014) Doc. #025″
When asked the standard couple question of how we met, Sean and I aren’t very interesting. We met in college, but were only satellite friends. Sean recalls…… Read more “Twoo Wuv”
Hey guys, we’re moving into a new apartment and I’m so close to finishing a real post for next week, but those crappy pen illustrations actually take…… Read more “Not Ballpoint Pen?”
Whatever the reason, my poetry career has greatly benefited from the fact that, from the ages of 7 to 23, I could fall in love at the drop of a hat. The girls and women I fell in love with have walked away from this experience with mixed results.
I was more upset about being dumped than I thought I would be, especially considering that I was still pretty unsure about her. Yeah, she was pretty, but she wasn’t funny! It’s not that she didn’t have a sense of humor—she thought I was funny—but how do you have multiple extended conversations with someone who isn’t funny?