In college, I cynically called myself SMALL FRY, meaning small potatoes, because I wasn’t allowed my own opinion, but rather had to give it by citing the sources of others. […]
One day, Prospero, the same man from Shakespeare’s “The Tempest,” was strolling through the woods when he heard the notoriously malcontent Caliban begging god’s mercy, a god he addressed as […]
the Greek explained (yes him again) don’t confuse social acceptance with love love can only exist in secret secret complete secret never brought into the light of day once you […]
THE GREEK WANTED LOVE SAUCE ON HIS MEAT And on his heart too And he imagined wings Lightness Thick set George Pencil moustache Slicked back black hair A latter day […]
“LOVE IS A CURIOSITY, MORE OR LESS, GRAFTED UPON THE WILL TO LIVE.” Giacomo Casanova. Which brings me to something Lucy always said, that before you kiss anyone, anyone, […]
It is not a sin to go to the whore house, the sin is not wanting to come out. From Yussel Banook, an old flea market merchant.
Kathy, Ronnie’s girlfriend, always accused me of cheating him, of taking advantage. She said I didn’t pay him enough money. In the early hours of the morning, the blackness of […]