Monthly Archives: March 2012

Good Friday Data Packet, Livermore Action Group

Listen as you surf the Internet and press the remote of your cable. I am a data packet that wants to be delivered into your electronic arms. Open your gateway. Let me stream into your memory. Hold me forever. Here … Continue reading

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Both Sides of Clouds

You made a cold call, pressed a button, knew it was a safe bet. I’m not talking about Enter, Continue or even Next. I mean the Mommy button, milky in construct, pliable in design. Always with the same effect. Leave my daughter? … Continue reading

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God’s Knock Knock Joke

Some kind of a joke, to allow me to find love half-way across the country. His arms? His lips? Give me a break. On Skype? For years I waited for someone until my room grew dark. Any silk clothes I shoved … Continue reading

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OOO (Out of Office)

OOO can mean any variety of things:  I’m not in the office occupying my usual cubicle space and sitting in a chair with my feet raised on a two-drawer file cabinet, or I’m at home in my jammies, sitting on … Continue reading

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WFH

“Sitting in front of the computer, my brain and hands connect in a singular, focused way across the keyboard.” I’ve worked from home for most of my adult life, more like worked at home after I finished working at a … Continue reading

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