Tag Archives: Mississippi

Rot More Beautifully

Vietnamese-born, American-raised Linh Dinh is a writer whom I discovered years later than I wish I had; however, I am thankful that have I discovered him at all, and I must thank the politically/culturally raucous site The Unz Review and its founder’s, … Continue reading

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Elvis “Unchained Melody”/Melodious Self-Affirmation

Before my family moved to mythical Mississippi, I was a lone teenage Southern Californian Elvis fan. Had we moved any later than we did, I am sure that I would have eventually found my way into the rockabilly scene. (Yes, … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Sorrows

Given the universality of the Catholic Church, one is sure to find a devotion to match every eccentricity, pathology, emotional hang-up, or disposition on earth. For me and for my melancholia, the Church provides the devotion to the Sorrowful Mother. … Continue reading

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The Mississippi Winter of My Content (Or, Glad I Ain’t in Chicago Right Now)

First, let me thank Our Lord that neither I nor anybody I really care about is presently shoveling snow out of our internal organs, like the folks in The Windy City.  Given that environment would, more than likely, affect my … Continue reading

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