Posts Tagged ‘ Matt Amick ’

The Sand in the Glass

Feb 19th, 2016 | By

ShareTweetWe always want the sand to be coarser than it is. The smooth granules slide through the neck always passing through quickly as if to avoid having to make the decision to do so. If I leave my hourglass in the rain will it slow time down? Will it freeze these moments of bliss? And
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How Do You Look Back?

Nov 26th, 2014 | By

ShareTweetThe mind can create nightmares of horror if you let it. The past as a vulture circling above you reminding you of your eventual suffering. Memories clasp onto your past while talons drag remnants along the roadside. The scavenger always picks at but never carries away the remains.   The mind can also paint masterworks
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From Saturn with View

Nov 12th, 2013 | By
In Saturns Rings

ShareTweetThe Greensboro film project, “In Saturn’s Rings” by Stephen van Vuuren, has a trajectory for cyberspace and it is about to be kick started into orbit. The funding campaign begins this week and will run for 28 days in order to pay for the recording costs, global music rights and mastering fees totaling $37,000. If
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A Discussion on Greensboro’s Racism, Politics and Teen Curfew

Jul 25th, 2013 | By
Teen Curfew Officer Cranford

ShareTweetA Ready Made Article by Matt Amick In an effort to provide a form of journalism free of bias, I am presenting a “ready-made” record of the events or rather the words spoken at the Teen/Parent Meeting held at the Greensboro Public Library on July 24th, 2013.  They are not exact as ears often miss parts of the entire story. 
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Days Like This

Feb 11th, 2013 | By

ShareTweetIt’s days like today that I have an easy time getting Through The weather is shitting drizzle and fog at a Quarter After 10 Days where you look ahead and it feels like you’re headed towards nothing but barrel towards it anyway You want to pick up the phone but you won’t call Her You
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