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Archive for March, 2016

Oil and Water

Pasta water simmering on the stove (hue shift, naturally) /Lensbaby Composer/ f/5.6 
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My beautiful Brianna, hanging out with my son’s pal, Vincent- Lensbaby Composer- f/5.6
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Real Men Buy their Women Jalapeño Cheetos

Roses
Fine Dining
Chocolates
Sweet Nothings

Apparently, all it takes is a bag of Jalapeño Cheetos (and 3 cherry Blow Pops) to rock my world. 🙂

Carry on, WordPress!


Spring Mill in Black and White

Everything looks better in black and white. 🙂 (I know a few hundred people who’d agree.)

Spring Mill Park- Mitchell, Indiana – a warm day in February, on a day trip with Josh and Brianna- very little editing/Lensbaby Composer/ f/5.6
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“Color Me In Cyanide & Cherries” – The Book

A very big congratz to a most amazing poetess! I wish you all the best with this endeavor, and many more to come, O. You’re one of the most talented writers I’ve ever known and I look forward to your future work as well. So excited for you. 🙂 x

Color me in Cyanide and Cherry

lulu-02“Colour Me In Cyanide & Cherries” is my first book of poetry and it is finally ready to roam the world.

I am heavily pondering about what to write about it, accustomed to most of my readers already knowing what poems are in here, when and why were they written and so forth, so I am having trouble finding the way that could perfectly describe what the poems are about to a traveler, a roamer, a stranger.

Most of the poems from this blog are included in the book, some I skipped, some I added. The book is,for now, only available as a print book. I feel incredibly bad charging for anything(even more so when the available platforms mandate a hefty price in order for the writer to earn anything at all), especially for an e-book, since,like I mentioned, reading through this poetic haven of mine is like reading this book…

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