Author Archives: brokeMC

About brokeMC

Artist: Graphic Design, Audio Production, Photo and Film Production and Editing, Painting, Writing, and all other manner of creative indulgence. and my moonwalk is ill.

Poem – Dog tired

I love my dog’s snore The gentle buzzing sweet and steady A soft song of peace A muted trumpet blown from A distant dream And maybe I’m there with her Rolling in some divine grass  And she’s telling me how … Continue reading

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Poem – When I hit the wall

When I hit the wall I tried to push through it I leaned into it with the determination Of a child yet to experience The teeth of the world Every day I placed my hands on it Pushed and prodded … Continue reading

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Story #56 – Five Witches

Five Witches  It was almost time. In the center of the dim cave, illuminated only by the fire beneath it and the faintest glimmer of moonlight wafting from the nearby craggy entrance, the ancient cauldron had just begun to steam. … Continue reading

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Story #55 – Koan

“It feels like a dream, doesn’t it? She stared off into the clouds but I knew she wasn’t talking about the clouds. Still I wasn’t sure what to say. I looked at the green river flowing far below our dangling … Continue reading

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Covid update.

Are you hitting a wall today? It’s okay. You’re not alone.   What we are all going through is unprecedented. We’ve never undergone something as close to wartime conditions in our country as right now. Our lives, dreams, ambitions, personal … Continue reading

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Story #54 – my earliest memories

My earliest memories are of Brazil. This makes sense because I lived in Brazil from 1980-1984. I was aged 1 through 3 years old and somewhere in that span my consciousness really spun up and started weaving electricity in my … Continue reading

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Story #53 – The Meteorite

“No more Vacancies!” Jeremiah said without looking up when he heard the bell over the office door jingle dingle. “And I’m closing up for the night.” “But we have a reservation,” came a timid girlish voice. “We made it a … Continue reading

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Story #52 – Woodpecker

Trevor was getting too old to cut down trees. He had done it his whole life, from the time he first picked up an axe his parents had him out in the forest working with his father. When he was … Continue reading

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Story #51 – He spends his time

He spends his time riding the subways, walking from car to car, preaching the Gospel. His black suit soaks through with the spirit, his body on fire with passion for his Lord. Jesus died for your sins! He gave his … Continue reading

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Story #50 – An excerpt from “The Ghost Port”

Dear Readers, First of all, thank you for subscribing to my Blog and reading my stories! Every notification I receive that someone has read one of my posts is encouragement and inspiration. I know many of you are writers as … Continue reading

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