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(Dec 2010, 8 pages, size 4.5"x6")

description: 5 black&white photos & a short essay about supporting my Friend through a frightful alcohol detox. It's also about having some kind of faith and being defiantly hopeful in the face of utter madness. & as a brag-worthy anecdote, the essay was rejected from a more professional literary quarterly for being "too intense."

excerpt: "Once while he slept in a drunken haze I scrawled my prayers in pen on his sharp angelic shoulderblades, as if these things matter. There was a time when my Holy Signs spoke to me: the Moon, the Key, the Hand, the numbers Ten and Twenty-Three. I thought I could read the future in my coffeegrounds and chewed cuticles; I thought that these things mattered, like tubes and wires connecting everything to everything else,..."

Phases of the Moon 04: What Matters Most Is How Well You Walk Through the Fire

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, toner, staples
  • Feedback: 8 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Georgia, United States
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