reclaiming my time

ewe son of a smith, what’s your name? i embrace my first’s diminutive favored by friends, family, and lovers; distill my sur to its most distinctive component in defiance of the Polish-habitational-obfuscating-and-supplanting abbreviation adopted by my maternal great-grandparents along with English, United States citizenship, and the law of survival in the Americas and i’m called … Continue reading reclaiming my time

Supernovae, Circular Economy Gardens

Ornamented by planets minute, spinning like carousels turned by toil. Narrow loops, closed hoops glowing with energy via reflective material. Leading zeros of the database era, brilliant as suns Randomness-reliant regenerative systems. Cosmic principle, humanity’s inferior understanding; Plants’ sustainability, zenith of quantum physics. Astronomy our universe’s planetarium Voyeurs to our discoveries through wormholes. Continue reading Supernovae, Circular Economy Gardens

encyclopædic sentiments

knit amid weather phenomena — homemade remedy fiddles and bows — information security voyage, journey — cryptocurrency. Millennials, challenged by trials of learning to behave like adults, comfort in nostalgic, resurfacing elements from their childhoods. Humans progressing towards greater collective tolerance, acknowledgment, and love, begin individually. Continue reading encyclopædic sentiments

Primrose whine

Anticipating missing proximity to New 400 cinema, Loyola campus, Independent Spirits’ free wine tastings, Berger Park Cultural Center, this April’s fool. 3 years later, the mystery in Edgewater persists… ?¿?¿?¿¿ ? — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) September 20, 2016 Important News: — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) October 12, 2016 The world is good. : ) — … Continue reading Primrose whine

Doodle, it’s a Sketch! + Handmade Cards, Sticker Picks

I'd sell handmade cards, but only for $1 billion dollars per since commerce would spoil my enjoyment of making them. — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) August 9, 2016 Now everybody do their part to recycle and compost and conserve fossil fuels to preserve my colored-pencil ice. — rach.czyk (@rachczyk) August 9, 2016 Not my best … Continue reading Doodle, it’s a Sketch! + Handmade Cards, Sticker Picks

Chicago Weather Set to Richard Buckner

Richard Buckner performed “Ariel Ramirez”, among other songs, at the Empty Bottle in Chicago July 2014. My favorite that he performed then was “Little Wallet Picture”; I really enjoy a bit of good pedal steel. You should hear it in Our Blood‘s “Traitor”. (Our Blood, 2011 Merge Records, That evening at the Bottle my … Continue reading Chicago Weather Set to Richard Buckner