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Roadmap

Roadmaps from Lee Stone on Vimeo. I’m going to make a roadmap. There won’t be any freeways or streets marked though… just bridges, buildings, mountains, and valleys drawn by crayons. There will be a big red “X” in the bottom … Continue reading

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Hairstyles and Magazines

Our world is full of men whose sole purpose in life is to attract pretty women. They believe that money, cars, clothes, and bullshit will turn them into Prince Charming. Our world is also full of women whose biggest want … Continue reading

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Awe-Inspiring Moments

I’ve had some eye-opening, awe-inspiring moments in my life… they weren’t always easy lessons to learn. I remember finding out that the wind moved the tree branches… until then I’d thought that trees made the wind. I remember thinking that … Continue reading

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“If – Rudyard Kipling” (Spoken Word Video)

Thanks again to CHill at beatbulletin.com for the rad beat. This piece was written by Rudyard Kipling and read at the memorial service of an old friend.

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Basement

All curled up crying, like the ball in my basement. Feeling sorry for myself, ’cause I couldn’t let my demons go. There was nothing in my body, nothing in my mind, except a couple different drugs, and a few suicide … Continue reading

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Santa Cruz (Empathy)

I watched a mother play with her baby today. Under a boardwalk, hiding from sunshine, she laid as she watched him dig holes with toy shovels and plastic buckets. Her smile was bigger than his… less amazement, more pride. I … Continue reading

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Face Fears, Fall Down

You aint gotta live for me, but you’re gonna die. And I aint making judgement calls, but I saw you stop trying like two or three years ago. The world is a wonderland, but it’s frightening ’cause it’s unknown. I … Continue reading

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