S MINANEL : Better Living through Chemistry
ROGER C. WORLEY : Another Victim
LEN BOURRET : Diversity in the Simultaneity

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Better Living through Chemistry Another Victim Diversity in the Simultaneity  


S MINANEL
Better Living through Chemistry
They heard that marriage vows fade fast when once the primal passion's past - but they're not worried, nor afraid - their love continues, strong and staid no acrimony, no attack since he's on Zoloft; she, Prozac.
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ROGER C. WORLEY 
Another Victim
The tempo of Jazz echoes down forlorn streets of primitive bricks and rustic stone. Maintaining cadence with a dribbling rain... taping rhythmically upon your head as you stroll down the legendary street called 'Lonesome avenue." Anomalies materialize at every corner strumming well used guitars. All nourishing the same lyrical beat and tone. The air waxes as if infused with static electricity. Your body reacts involuntarily to its ebb and flow. Your mind wanders then bewilderment sets in. As you realize... Nothing is as it seems. You grasps the truth. Another victim of the Bourbon street.. copyright ROGER C. WORLEY
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Better Living through Chemistry Another Victim Diversity in the Simultaneity  


LEN BOURRET 
Diversity in the Simultaneity
a response to Christopher Marlowe
It lies within our power to love or hate, for will in us is not overruled by fate. When two are stripped, long or short ere the course ends or begins. We wish that one should lose, while the other wins. And one, especially, do we affect. Appearing to be the same, they are not both ingots--but quite unlike in each respect. For reasons each man knows, buried in the unconsciousness avoidance's denial, and not suffice. What we behold is censured by our eyes. Both are deliberate choices: love is like the day, and hate is like the night. There is great diversity in the simultaneity. We choose to love or hate--but do not act, necessarily, upon first sight. copyright LEN BOURRET
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S MINANEL : Better Living through Chemistry
ROGER C. WORLEY : Another Victim
LEN BOURRET : Diversity in the Simultaneity


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