Tag Archives: Reason

The Sun Never Rises

It was very hot and humid just the other night. I woke up with itchy arms; I’d developed a bit of heat rash. I applied some witch hazel and stepped outside, seeking cooler air. The night sky slowly brightened. So … Continue reading

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The Time Warp

I am captain of my ship I am king of my castle I am master of all I survey Hypothetically at least (Really, it’s all in my head.) It is the bane of my existence that penury should compel me … Continue reading

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The Birth Right

The scenario: A very pregnant Palestinian woman boards an airliner in Mexico City, Mexico. She’s on a non-stop flight directly to Toronto, Canada. While in route over the United States she gives birth to a male child. From Toronto she … Continue reading

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How to Reverse the Magnetic Polarity of Your Biological Cuckoo Clock

The author becomes inspired (lovely word, that). But at times that inspiration lasts only just long enough to develop a working title for an essay. Composition happens hour after hour within the meandering mind and may be so deep, complex … Continue reading

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