Hop on the bus…

Drop off the key, There are that many invasions to our thoughts per second flight from the muse so quickly because the walls are caving in. You know it is a strange time to be alive everything is clear then in a mere increment more than 1 second but under five, it could be deducted from theContinue reading “Hop on the bus…”

Cultivating souls

“A poet makes himself a visionary through a long, boundless, and systematized disorganization of all the senses. All forms of love, of suffering, of madness; he searches himself, he exhausts within himself all poisons, and preserves their quintessences. Unspeakable torment, where he will need the greatest faith, a superhuman strength, where he becomes all menContinue reading “Cultivating souls”

That is all good and well

but in your hands it’s still empty   The end is always the beginning and this all started with sitting around on my hands panicking why do you add a “k” to panic? why? who makes these rules? I just want to know.   But if I knew, I suppose I’d be disinterested.   AtContinue reading “That is all good and well”

They shut you down unless you’re

Safe.   And it’s creepy, what can be done.   Muse-bunker.com 10 made of clay 51 Time Suck (in my opinion, largely for the words TIME and SUCK as the lead words be cause most people respond to those in some visceral way) 74 Polaroid Concepts: the Board 40 semi-top secret so that’s okay a.m.Continue reading “They shut you down unless you’re”

Like Bukowski, Poe or Baudelaire

So out of my mind that I can’t think straight. And so it goes. Someone said that all the time every night. Do you think he ever got tired of his tagline? Do you think it caused that extra-maddening hard-hitting slam of the glass on the mahogany bar wedged into the corner of John CassavetesContinue reading “Like Bukowski, Poe or Baudelaire”

Double-edged swords

In any creative discipline, commercial success is a double-edged sword: On the one hand, it activates “the winner effect,” the well-documented psychological phenomenon wherein success breeds more success, or, as Michael Lewis put it, “commercial success makes [things easier], and it also creates pressure to be more of a commercial success”; on the other hand,Continue reading “Double-edged swords”