we think that it is progress to no longer live as subsistence farmers or hunter-gatherers with all our technology, our increased productivity, our prized convenience and efficiency we are subsistence workers laboring for slivers of perceived luxury and leisure spending long hours studying the movement of wealth and economy unable to actualize a world where … Continue reading progress

looking out

i can see forever from here there are gray hairs and wrinkles waiting (a few have made their way to me already) lots of salonpas patches, probably a cane, maybe dentures, i might have a tight perm like my grandma did squint through thick glasses and a persistent cough, i'll smile at the little babies … Continue reading looking out