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Love poem falling on dead Cedars

January 24, 2014

i sat here

the coffee was good
the view was blocked
the food was priced for tourists

my expectation
that you might be different

once i sat here
i never left


  1. Jeff Nguyen permalink
    January 24, 2014 16:26

    Hey lens, I came across this article at Pando, thought you’d enjoy it…


    • January 26, 2014 06:41

      Mark and friends are really stirring things up at Pando, and it’s better than a Martha Stewart good thing. Steve Jobs was the feared geek oligarch illegally holding down workers wages…while his counterparts at Google et al. did/do the same. The Homeland and it’s wars and insanities that we collectively allow, seems to have long ago crossed the much used “Orwellian” threshold.

      When life imitates art…we should be careful what we call art.
      (I’m gonna use that!)

      Thanks Jeff


      • Jeff Nguyen permalink
        January 26, 2014 07:19

        I liked how the writers showed that robber barons don’t die, they multiply.

        I must say that I’m disappointed in Jobs. He seemed like one of the better CEO’s, if that’s even possible anymore.


        • January 26, 2014 07:29

          Man do they ever multiply. We could have used some sort of robber baron prophylactic in our past. I shall not expound on THAT adverting
          campaign : )


          • Jeff Nguyen permalink
            January 26, 2014 08:18

            If you won’t go there I will…how about gold plated luxe condoms? Could be a huge untapped market.


  2. January 26, 2014 08:39

    Misspelled for your and Glenn Beck’s protection!


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