a redefinition of culture from St. Paul, MN



When I think of food

I think about the plate, empty, washed by someone with wrinkled fingers forever reeking of sweat and astringent of cleaning chemicals, to be full again.

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After we eat

The meal, consisting of something from the garden, something from Lake Superior, and something that Ralf across the table killed with his hands, is over.

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As long as we fly

Science saved my life, but it didn’t make me want to live. I stay wrapped up in blankets. But it’s like Frank says, As long as we fly, the world will have no end.

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A quantifiable attraction

A quantifiable attraction described as magic. Like Charles Bukowski in Factotum, “I kiss her. She answers with her tongue. Women are magic.”

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