Who Loves The Sun?

January 30, 2020 Its 6:00 am. in Venice beach on a Thursday. Ten days after Martin Luther King Jr. Day, yes.  I open my eyes and I’m thinking about space and sex and aliens. I Shit, shower, shave, then walk to the coffee shop. I pass the butcher’s daughter, three wise men, and an actress who wishes that she …

Land Ho!

It all feels very surreal. I can’t believe that I just crossed the Pacific Ocean alone. Is this me? Am I real? How did I do that? There were many challenges throughout the entire journey, but my last day and night were particularly rough. All of the sea dragons came out to play. Every time …

Blue Fairytale

I see two little white tropicbirds, with tail feathers longer than their bodies, flying somewhere towards a world of fish. One bird does not flap in front of the other. They are synchronized the way that lovers are. With minds, wings, and bodies intertwined in an exquisite romantic lunacy. The moon has grown small and …

A World Of Strange

From within my cocoon at sea, I uncoil my body like a caterpillar. I am fattened by leaves and petals that promise a future of winged flights, still I crawl. I wonder what has really called me here, into both the substratum and surface of the spirit kingdom. The kingdom of: bubbles, waves, clouds, sharks, …

Neon Emeralds

The sunsets lasts as long as the day and ricochet across every cloud in the sky. I see ancient Egyptian symbols in the world above me. From the pyramids to sphinxes and Pharaohs. The wind of the heavens molding them and morphing them and eventually carrying them away. Beneath it all, I am a crab …

A Day Without Wind

Time flows in reverse. I watch waves collapse into themselves as they rush backwards. The sun is the moon and the clouds are all sinking. I can see that the sky is filled with rain, but it must be falling upwards. Nothing living is in sight. The air is too hot and heavy and stale …