Author Archives: Michael Robinson

About Michael Robinson

An eclectic person living in a world rife with binaries, opposition, anger and pain and trying to find the spectra, love, happiness and catharsis within.

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I wish I could make something That would make people cry From love and from heartache From the sheer size Of emotions inside them Without knowing why. Just knowing, “this did it” “This made my tears fly.” I guess I … Continue reading

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Sneezing is pleasurable once or twice. But three times? ACHOO! I sneeze at you.

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Sometimes I cry when I feel good. Sometimes I cry when I feel bad. Sometimes I cry because I don’t feel I don’t know which I prefer.

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Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Rolling Road trips Life trips Once now again I’m busy y’all. Sorry?

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Blow it up Set the world alight Turn what’s wrong into right By starting anew Eat some pizza Cry your tears Call a hookup Read up on peers Spread your legs To assuage your fears If you don’t think It … Continue reading

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Can’t wait to leave. All that I’ve gained is Lost In the shuffle of the things I’ve packed or Forgotten Or would Rather Not remember In the first place. After I go home, I’ll think about it more.

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I sip cold red wine from a plastic tumbler. I drink diet coke like it was water. I exhale smoke and inhale slaughter. My life is all but sane. I kiss strangers but shy away from friends. I study but … Continue reading

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A Holiday Message to my Trans Siblings and Queer Cousins

A message for my transgender siblings and queer cousins on the holidays Continue reading

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Bereshit – בראשית

Introduction: I’ve decided to start a sort of “Torah Study” regular entry. Every Saturday (or close to it) I’ll sit down and read the Torah portion, or Parsha, for that week in the original Hebrew with the aid of a … Continue reading

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Bipolar Disorder is not a Pendulum

I did something herculean today: I did all of the work I needed to do and then some. To most people this is nothing. They don’t feel accomplished by doing the bare minimum. For someone with bipolar disorder, the bare … Continue reading

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