Posted: May 30th, 2011 | Author: Hannah Ross| No Comments »
What’s mine is yours
and yours is mine
most of the time.
Processions between the possessive
tactile goods tacitly imply
I’m yours and
But before the need
for things, thoughts, emotions
take a step back
assess the true worth
of Me Mine I’m.
You want what you cannot have
to have what you do not want
the lapse that brings together
No one knows the future
or can inevitably go back in time.
Einmal ist keinmal
Eein mal ist kein mal
I’m taking back what’s mine.
Posted: May 30th, 2011 | Author: James Wang| No Comments »
WHEN YOU SHOULD DIVORCE YOURSELF FROM EMOTIONS:
1. Your roommates have finished the last ice cream sandwich at your expense.
2. You get horrible gastrointestinal afflictions as a result of consuming spoiled food at a party.
3. You are stuck in traffic behind a poor driver.
4. You are engaged in conversation with someone who is convinced you care deeply about his occupation.
5. Your mother keeps sending chain emails and/or slideshows of flowers, kittens, etc.
Posted: May 30th, 2011 | Author: Ben Caro| No Comments »
My parents’ cars post-divorce, father’s on left, mother’s on right, bought separately without the others’ knowledge.