Monthly Archives: October 2016

Sketch of Beautiful Muse

  I found this in an old notebook last night, that has not been opened in years. I did a quick sketch for the poem I just wrote. I did a quick sketch of Belle two hours after we first … Continue reading

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Abusers of the Homeless – Daughter Dead

If both books of the Bible are about anything, they are about the abuse of the poor homeless alien among us. Being a theologian I have studied why this is. I found part of a letter where I lay into … Continue reading

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Jinn Dancers – Daughter Dead

  It is amazing how the subconscious works. I oppressed my play eighteen years, and it was made manifest when I saw Belle. After I scolded her for not taking the plight of the homeless seriously, I came up with … Continue reading

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Moloch’s Kitchen – Daughter Dead

Mo is the cook for the homeless. His kitchen is located in the basement of a large church. There are catacombs with cubicles full of sleeping bodies. He represents the god Moloch who was the husband of ┬áIanna who Belle’ … Continue reading

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Trump & Newt Gaslight Kelly

Trump and Newt team up to Gaslight Megyn Kelly. Newt points an angry finger at this beautiful newscaster, and in a rage, tries to destroy her credibility in a truly sickening display of tag-team abuse of a woman. Later, Trump … Continue reading

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Opening Scene ‘Daughter Dead’

Marilyn is a homeless idiot savant living in the ruins of Playland at the Beach in San Francisco. She would be diagnosed with Aspergers that is known to produce beings of extraordinary mental powers. It’s all here! The Archetype of … Continue reading

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Daughter Dead

‘Daughter Dead’ is the name of the un-finished play I co-authored with Joseph Balleta who I met at Saturday Market in 1996. I needed help. I was overwhelmed. I might have been the most prolific writer in the history of … Continue reading

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