Tuesday, January 29, 2008

my body is open
is there anyone anyone sincerely happy for other's happiness?
every day every week i bail myself out
out of sadness out of joy out of confusion
i really rather not dwell on this
as long as there is possibility of unknown

Thursday, January 17, 2008

tokyo brown day 3


this is tokyo i fell in love with
this tokyo is frail and fragile and oh so inviting
this tokyo is gentle and so polite
this tokyo is full of 'just another day'
this tokyo tells me there is something else and there is
this tokyo is silent and quite all at the same time
in this tokyo i want to breath and be for a long long time

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

tokyo yellow day 2


this tokyo is bright and fun
in this tokyo i want to wrestle and roll in the mud and giggle
in this tokyo i want to have sweet potato ice cream everyday
in this tokyo i want to see school girls in their blue uniforms and sexy mini skirts
men in black suits, polished black shoes with slick hair.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

tokyo red day 1


this tokyo is like taking a flight into parts of your brain that you didn't know ever existed...
it is expected and completely mysterious all at the same time
this is the tokyo where i know i am the outsider
this is the tokyo where i feel there is a world i don't know

Monday, January 7, 2008

wow. the first primary won by an african american man and the second one by a woman. what a cool time in history. when i saw obama on stage with his wife, they looked so beautiful. obama, a gifted speaker with so much to offer, so many new ideas and hillary, an amazing, controversial woman, who is so powerful and strong although media (sexist media) tries to keep her down. it is amazing to me that people don't realize how sexist our society still is. i am not sure what picture would go here.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

empty happinness?


new years with ivy, gigi, josh, lola, duncan, babett and johnny. it was quiet but somehow comfortable. the dinner with jen and sinatra was fabulous, it was expensive, fansy, fun and very new yearie! we stopped and had beers at the juniors, running into crazy drunk linguistics students and many other fine folks of salt lake. at home after pinball and new years cheers, everyone dispersed. this night of the year always feels a little sad to me. that was the only holiday that was celebrated back at our house. maybe that's why.

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