This is a pie. Pie is great to have. In fact, it's one of the sweetest tangible forms of privilege that we can enjoy. The right to consume it is inherent to us as human beings, regardless of who we are, where we come from and what we believe in. No one can deny that. We've … Continue reading The Pie of Privilege: Why We Won’t Share Easily
This was one of the last cups of coffee I had in a café before socially isolating. It was a white chocolate mocha, and one of the best beverages I've ever treated myself to. The Young Man Who Keeps To Himself made it-although I'd go there every day to write, I am so embarrassingly bad … Continue reading Goals for the new normal
Never. Everyone just lives and lives, And we do things, we go places, we become our degrees, or our parents, or our past, or ourselves, we assemble shapes from the wet clay of youth that at first lays abundant beneath our feet, plenty to go round, and the possibilities, the forms it could take, endless, … Continue reading When will it be enough?