Monthly Archives: February 2004

A Choice of Either Or

Well, I decided I could either spend time tonight on my last Emily Dickinson essay, or in reading Jonathon Delacour’s long missed writing. After the first few words of Jonathon’s essay, I knew that Emily lost. Welcome back, Jonathon.

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Face to Face with the Elusive Giant Squid Tree in Missouri

I love it here. I’ll never be bored here. But I don’t think I’ll die here. Continue reading

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Pulling Emily from the Noise

Today’s walk was to begin to push myself more after the fall I had a month ago. I am developing a hesitancy in going on more unfinished trails, and that won’t do — once you start developing a nervousness on … Continue reading

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Don’t let the door hit you in the butt, Howard

Warning: Racially offensive terms follow Lot’s of people want to go in arms about censorship because Howard Sterns was yanked off of Clear Channel radio stations. I would like to join these people, I really would. I believe that censorship … Continue reading

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Will you Still Need Me Will you Still Feed Me

When I get older losing my hair, Many years from now. Will you still be sending me a valentine Birthday greetings bottle of wine. If I’d been out till quarter to three Would you lock the door, Will you still … Continue reading

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Me and Emily: Getting to Know You

Today I packed my trunks with borrowed books and made my way through the grey and thoughtful day to fulfill my duty returning my overdue books to the library. The library is my main charity because I am almost always … Continue reading

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Fat Tuesday became Flat Tuesday

I had planned on attending the St. Louis Mardi Gras parade and celebration downtown tonight, but decided against it this afternoon. My ankle and foot are still bruised after the fall a long time ago, which is annoying, and I’m … Continue reading

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