You can only hold a smile for so long, after that it’s just teeth. - C. Palahniuk.   Photo: Lara Mari

You can only hold a smile for so long, after that it’s just teeth. - C. Palahniuk.   Photo: Lara Mari

Straight out of the can. Accidental double exposure. City Hall, NYC. Photo: Lara Mari

Straight out of the can. Accidental double exposure. City Hall, NYC. Photo: Lara Mari

I’m seeing spots again. No I’m not sick. I’m just looking at the newly-formed summer freckles along my arm. Why are there so many dots? Why aren’t they equal in size? Why are they spaced well and diametrically proportionate? Why do they appear squarish in some angle? These are questions that keep me awake at night. That and questions about the meaning of life—but mostly about sun spots and moonbeams. I make up my own artificial games (not to be confused as talent for narrative construction). Nevertheless, I am aware of its pointless artificiality and often wish I could be happy to observe things without having to write about it. 
Photo: Lara Mari

I’m seeing spots again. No I’m not sick. I’m just looking at the newly-formed summer freckles along my arm. Why are there so many dots? Why aren’t they equal in size? Why are they spaced well and diametrically proportionate? Why do they appear squarish in some angle? These are questions that keep me awake at night. That and questions about the meaning of life—but mostly about sun spots and moonbeams. I make up my own artificial games (not to be confused as talent for narrative construction). Nevertheless, I am aware of its pointless artificiality and often wish I could be happy to observe things without having to write about it. 

Photo: Lara Mari

"…comfortably warm as the soft filtered light continued to push the darkness into the shadows as they held each other and kissed and pushed each other’s darkness into the corner, believing in each other’s light, each other’s dream." - Hubert Selby, Jr.
Photo: Lara Mari

"…comfortably warm as the soft filtered light continued to push the darkness into the shadows as they held each other and kissed and pushed each other’s darkness into the corner, believing in each other’s light, each other’s dream." - Hubert Selby, Jr.

Photo: Lara Mari

Late summer bloom. Photo: Lara Mari

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