Here I follow up on part 1 of my discussion on failure. The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘failure’ as: A lack of success An unsuccessful person, enterprise or thing The omission of expected or required action A lack or deficiency of a desirable quality The action or state of not functioning Failure and Social Pathology When […]Read more "Failure – What’s in a word? – Part 2"
Not too long ago, after returning from a long evening walk – a common habit of mine at the time -, I wrote down the following words: I want to write about loneliness. No, I need to write about loneliness. Feelings unexplored are like wounds left untreated. They morph into something frightening that cannot be […]Read more "Failure – What’s in a word? Part 1"
A is for APPLES falling far from and out of grace : hungry break you (down) worms: how-could-you-worms chew and smile B is for BELONGING not in / on my back (yard): otherwhere : I am outtahere : where do I go? … from here C is for CRUSHING hard; heart (r)ejected: Rejects practicing cynicism […]Read more "Failure’s ABC"
What if you were a rhizome and your subterranean roots a prolific arising and emanating, a gradual and persistent moving forming vast cavernous spaces in a deep dark underground. What if you were a rhizome and every part of you connected to every other part of you, co-existing, co-habitating, co-immanent, reducible neither to one nor […]Read more "What if you were a rhizome"