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The 4-Hour Workweek and Slow Dance

A few weeks ago I finally finished reading The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss. I had started it earlier in the year, but put it down several times. No reflection on the book, though. I just had a lot on … Continue reading

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Ode to New Paltz

Ode to the fresh mountain airThe dew that covers the morning grassThe stars so close you can touchThe autumn foliage so picturesqueThe snow covered hills, that glisten in the sunThe vast athletic fields, full of memoriesOf spring concerts, spirits, and … Continue reading

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A Prose Poem of Passion

As the sexless dreary day ends in darkness a wild and wondrous world emerges. Recurring realms of perceived realities manifest themselves nightly. The energy of the evening raises expectations exponentially. The probability of pleasure through a prancing party is clear … Continue reading

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