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TODAY

Today I could smash five clocks, more if I could afford them.  Instead why not look at my first video-cast IN THE TIME ZONE with Victor Enns on my website under MLIP (My Life in Pieces) and then because B comes after A, the second episode called “Some Assembly Required” featuring a heart-breaking story of

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November 15, 2020 “the condition” by Charles Bukowski from WAR ALL THE TIME Poems 1981- 1984, read by Victor Enns  https://victorenns9.com/annotations/   Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. “suggestion for an arrangement” by Charles Bukowski,  from his collection WAR ALL THE TIME – Poems 1981-1984 read by Victor Enns      

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Haircut duct tape glasses

NO DOUBT There will be no doubt I’ve left any living on the table turning off the light on my way out. there are intervals and there are intervals.  syncopation Charlie Watts and Schaefer then all the way back to the 15th century so I say. Truth be told I can’t tell the truth. Just

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excerpt form pain room

FRAGMENT Pain. My feet, up my legs, my hips, my back, my hands No longer hold, fuck the centre, when eating hot dogs fails To raise my spirits I can confirm we and that includes me Were born to die. Not soon enough for some and that includes me Unable to find a painless posture

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DREAM

I have a large section of Dreams going to the Archives, but there are several floaters not pinned to the page yet. Like this one.     I am seated at a lengthy concert in a building older (but not the) than the concert hall, but with more leg room than Pantages’s or the Walker.

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Books

BOOKS By Victor Enns AFGHANISTAN CONFESSIONS! (Hagios October 30, 2014) Canadian troops arrived in Afghanistan in the fall of 2001, though with a much larger presence following 2006, served as fully committed war-fighters until 2011, and in training and support roles until 2014. Stationed in Kandahar Airfield (KAF), Canadian soldiers led the fight in southern

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B (Archives)

Bruce, Lenny (October 13, 1925 – August 3, 1966)  I own a treasured copy of The Essential Lenny Bruce, a Ballantine paperback published by Random House in 1967. If you ever come across a copy at a used book sale, or store, get it. Pick it up. Run to the till. Lenny Bruce was a

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The Ballad of the Children of the Czar

About my blog I will post anything and everything that pops into my head as often as I can,  appropriate from my thinking. This is the most likely spot for He was the kind of guy, jokes, quotations, journal and diary entries. It is born free, as free as the wind blows (remember) which way?

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THE PAIN DIALOGUES

THE PAIN DIALOGUES 1 WTF -Fuck off. -No, you Fuck off. -Oh yeah? Well fuck you! -Fuck yourself! -Asshole. Just You wait! I’ll fuck you Till you’re bruised And blue, fuck. -Fuck yourself, you don’t have one original line! -Just yours, fuck your miserable bones, Jimmy, I’ll fuck you up, like there’s no tomorrow. You’ll

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My story for World Mental Health Day

The first time I said “I am mentally ill,” I had a good cry in my psychiatrist’s office. I desperately did not want to cope with the stigma of having my brain make me sick. I had a good understanding of physical illness, fractures, etc., and the stuff of the body was acceptable because it

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