There are unseen forces that oppose motivation and seek to douse the flames of inspiration.
Sirens sound, waking up the dead; thieves are on the run, self-deprivation seems both a cosmic effect and an ethical imperative.
Memories are fragile; they invariably slip away, are easily destroyed, and as you know, motivation can be elusive, absorbing the potency of the cosmic shift.
When you add information, it becomes ambiguous; an odious atmosphere of tobacco, earthly morality, and pickles, connoting nothing pejorative.
The difference between knowingness and knowledge is only the echo of its source; this deliquescence into a comprehensive resonance is, like the slow beating of a giant’s heart, a declaration of ignorance.
Inhabiting a world of their own the waitress grabs the old coot, and with some music and bogus spiritualism she licks the last of the whipped cream off her fingers.
Dave Stankowicz is a retired educator who lives on an island off the coast of Portland, Maine with his wife Debbie Jordan and their dog Jade. Liberated from the responsibilities of teaching he has found the space and time to pursue so much that interests him.
Besides writing and photography Dave hosts a weekly radio show - Palm Wine Radio. As D.J. Zachariah, he plays African music on Monday mornings from 10:30 - Noon at WMPG.org.
He continues his efforts to master space and time.
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