Monthly Archives: June 2016


Software is fiction crossbred with certain peculiar strains of nonfiction that result in the manifestation of realities, both ephemeral and fleeting, yet sometimes indelibly changing the world. Sometimes a story of software, an app, suits itself well to a set … Continue reading

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all I knew

“I kept six honest serving men, (They taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.” — Rudyard Kipling

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mother moon

every time i see your smile i just stop and pause awhile i ponder gawk like a child i wonder what it was that made you wild why so long since you smiled up at your face i stare, beguiled … Continue reading

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gift of time

a wise woman twice told me time is a gift we unwrap it each moment this is the present be present in the present give the gift of time the past is what we all have given the future is … Continue reading

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Stardust, Always

Originally posted on Cornelius Q. Kelvyn:
Cornelius Q. Kelvyn has long kept his writing in the shadows. He is delighted to have his story, “Matronus,” included in an anthology of wonderful authors titled Stardust, Always. As with many of the stories…

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