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She’s young and beautiful, running away She’s coming back but not today She’s looking for love, chasing clarity She’s fighting the power, challenging gravity And somewhere along the line As she runs in and out of time She will find […]

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She’s young and beautiful, running away She’s coming back but not today She’s looking for love, chasing clarity She’s fighting the power, challenging gravity And somewhere along the line As she runs in and out of time She will find […]

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Love As We Age

it's love not Hollywood the cordial intimate breakfast table conversation the peck on the cheek the quick hug (which sometimes occurs, sometimes doesn't). love as we age turns from an entrepreneur state all buying, selling, new things to

Burlesque models talk about Sean Scheidt project

The burlesque transformation of Ruby Rockafella. (Sean Scheidt) When fashion photographer Sean Scheidt first hatched the idea to do a series of before and after shots of performance artists, he

Sean Scheidt and the reality of burlesque

Sean Scheidt captures the transformation of burlesque performer Doctor Ginger Snapz. (Anthony C. Hayes) Victorian era illustrator and artist Frederick R. Barnard is often credited with coining the phrase, “A

Los Angeles poems for three pictures

1. Direction// Early morning blue smoke cries its way through your manhole covers; Exhale. You see it all – the up close view of crumbling curb-face, the topple-down effect of squabbling fools   Contradictions, like March in May Day, American Resident Alien; Caution.   There

Earth

The ground was warm You pressed your palms upon the earth hands retracted and with them dirt Touching your face, a new experience I looked on in silence, clouded by what I was seeing– your

Eulogy to abandonment

This poem is dedicated to those with borderline personality disorder. He was your love, your rock, your life's delight, And suddenly he'd left. What remained was the awful pain of your plight You

I Think She’s Hot

If I wanted to meet someone beautiful, right away, I’d think she’s hot. If I wanted to meet someone sensual, right away, I’d think she’s hot. If I wanted to meet someone spiritual, right away, I’d

Rest in Peace Bambi (Untitled)

I first met Laurie Bembenek in the late 1980s while she was serving a life sentence for killing her husbands' ex-wife. The former Playboy cocktail waitress, and Milwaukee Police

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