The Buddha of Bees

Unaware, or unworried, the buddha of honeybees... This honeybee-beautiful, on my lavender, curves segmented body in the shape that means reaching, unaware, I assume, how her sunglow of cargo-load nectar lights same-gold within me; a shower of sparks in my visual cortex, my brain made of nitro-gel eager for burning, exploding in sun-stars, igniting a … Continue reading The Buddha of Bees

In the Midst of the Slow-Grinding Desert of Parkinson’s, the Startling Oasis of Thiamine HCL

In 2012, an Italian neuroscientist and practicing neurologist developed a novel treatment for the symptoms of Parkinson's Disease. Not only was his therapy astonishingly effective for all but the most far-gone sufferers, it also apparently stopped disease progression at the stage where the therapy intersected its trajectory. Within 12 hours of my first dose, taken experimentally … Continue reading In the Midst of the Slow-Grinding Desert of Parkinson’s, the Startling Oasis of Thiamine HCL

Remembering Sweetness, Tasting Salt

Satyr's kiss is midnight's honey, sweet on the mouth, sweet low laughter in moonlight, a rush of wind in pines... Wild wings beating in a dark forest; twin shadows crossing a lake of sky... The ache of a shooting star. Satyr's kiss is honey on the mouth, the promise of impossibles. Morning always comes. I lick … Continue reading Remembering Sweetness, Tasting Salt