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December 22, 2008

National Haiku Day

Filed under: Poetry, Writing — Tags: , , — Wolf Tinker @ 5:04 am

Pitch dark lingers deep
in the soul of the silence
snow falls, lights burn bright

burn log, light, candle!
greet the coming of the day
shadows, comfort me.

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December 21, 2008

Fragment the First

Filed under: Poetry, Uncategorized, Writing — Tags: , — Wolf Tinker @ 12:07 pm

i won’t number them after this; i will try to find something more entertaining…

found on my voice recorder:

Ambivalence: doing a dance between life and death

Ambivalence: stay or leave, what’s left?

Ambivalence: is it really a choice

Ambivalence: this is my voice

200511181618 (code for when i wrote it)

almost embarrassing.

wordsmith, wordmaker and other non SEO words

Filed under: Fiction, Poetry, Writing — Wolf Tinker @ 11:48 am

all the good names for what i am were taken. i am a wordsmith. it is the thing i am good at. i am also a worldbuilder of fantasy worlds, and a consumate entertainer, so long as you let me tell stories and don’t engage me in one to one interpersonal conversation or smalltalk. however, all the good names were gone so i settled for wordjinn, though what i do isn’t magic. for example, nonseo, which sounds a little like nonsense and is a joke on the preoccupation with SEO and all things marketing.

i am also good with computers (read toys) and animals. i am not good with humans, human movies or any form of eye contact. this sometimes makes people think i am dishonest. this is an unfortunate combination with my almost inability to lie.

hello world. this is where i am going to put all the fragments of things that i find on envelopes and my voice recorders (i think i have three). at least, those that don’t cause me total embarrassment. i like rewriting things, so you may also find some altered song lyrics, or lyrics set to a popular tune. i take reasonable requests, however, given the current chaos of my life, it may take a while for your product to appear.

i am working on caring about SEO.

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