Tagged: statistics

you showed passion for

you showed passion for
every sixteenth thing, which is,
statistically, an

achievement. and now we are
at a loss, missing your smile
.
20210524:2040
y

it just so happens

it just so happens
that when you are finally
closing in on the

weeds in your backyard, they band
together, decide to bloom
.
20210430:2127
y

somehow, we are still

every three-point-two

every three-point-two
flights, we remember to ask
mom to prepare some

freshly cut apple pear slices
to soothe whatever the journey
.
20210129:1943
y

perhaps more

perhaps more
than any of it
all, more than
education and
income brackets,
more than
compatibility and
the stars, more
than all the
coincidences
and preferences,
is the comfort
of shorthand
and shortcuts.
here’s to the
ninety-percent of
the things i don’t
say that still make
their way to you
.
20201222:1711
y

after a few scrapes

after a few scrapes
and scratches, nine times out of
ten, we will have stretched,

picked up something new, know that
we have less limitations
.
20201212:0858
y

whoever said that

whoever said that
the potato to lefse
ratio should be
five to fourteen may
not have factored in
the ones that never
made it to the table
.
20201130:1145
y

perhaps we are one

perhaps we are one
quarantine holiday away
from breaking, and five

million people hum mid-flight:
this is it, pack your bags, let’s go
.
20201127:1947
y

if we make the right

if we make the right
choice nine out of ten times, hold
us accountable

for when we make the wrong choice
even one out of ten times
.
20200713:1930
y

buying a home and

buying a home and
replacing some stuff is the
natural progression

for sixty-five-point-
one percent of the
population in
the united
states, ranked forty-
three globally in
homeownership rate.
we always ponder
privilege for such
brief moments
.
20200531:0955
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