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26 August, 2016 05:13

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Pretty Painted Machine

1959-austin-healey-3000-front-angle-wingsdomain-art-and-photography

Perfect new paint shines
covers your body like silk
sheets pulled perfectly tight
across a lovely queen bed.
The scent of new glistens
where leather skin stretches
taught across seat-backs
and arms. You could be held
by a graying lover or a fresh-
faced man-child out for
a first fast ride. You
like the cool room
of glass windows, waxed tile;
equally like the heat
of street and pavement waiting
outside for your display. You
acquiesce easily, push a button,
turn a key, roll forward.
Never complaining about
what you didn’t become
unaware of what you are …
pretty painted machine without
sentience

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How Great I Am (Inspiration)

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Amazing High-performance Old Guy

The Dilettante's Dilemma

  C’est moi.  I am, in fact, an Amazing, High-performance Old Guy, hereafter AHOG.[1]

You will want evidence, of course, as you should.  Let’s start with this morning, when this first occurred to me.  I made my first Starbucks run of the morning at about 5:40 a.m.  I got my coffee (Verona) and Bette’s (Pike) and headed back to the car.  I put the Verona on the floor so I would have a hand free to pull the drink cup out of the dashboard.  Then I put Bette’s cup, which is smaller than mine, into the holder.  Then I lifted the top of the drink holder in the console and put my cup there.  Then I drove home and took Bette’s coffee to her and brought mine to my desk so I could write this. (The picture below, by the way, is what you get when you search “high…

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