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Be a man about it. How do you step up to that requirement? Where are our male, father role models who have taken that in a direction which fits with this world? Maybe there aren’t any, maybe the question of … Continue reading

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I’m struggling to maintain a coherent thread here, largely because I’m trying to simply continue any train of thought, but also because I’m getting lost in point-making or setting up arguments or attempting to draw conclusions. What I should just … Continue reading

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Aha, tension, where have you been until now? I’ve bested my doubts about whether I should write, I’ve discovered a voice and a style, I’ve begun to escape a cycle and climb up to more interesting questions. And I can … Continue reading

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Ironically, this exercise had started to feel like a barrier to writing. In order to resume the poem I’d have to come up with a topic, make sure it was large enough that I could write sufficient words on it, … Continue reading

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I’ve been going through some of the previous posts following a comment W2B made, that when I’m writing them I tend to stop when I really should keep going – because it’s only at this point that I begin addressing … Continue reading

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W2B returns tomorrow morning, bright and early, and I am beside myself with excitement and impatience. It’s been difficult being at such distance, and despite my progress in writing here, my messaging has let us down and there’s been more … Continue reading

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Again with the tensions. Last night was a great writing session over MSN with W2B that was cut frustratingly short by our messages failing and problems with the service. What we were doing felt exhausting to me, after I’d strained … Continue reading

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