Jefferson to Adams #6

Posted by on Dec 1, 2009 in Akbar Lightning, Correspondence

Dearest Mr. Adams, This will be a rather short note, as I’ve included a long story I found today, while looking through the past, searching for my voice.  As you know I’ve been working on a novel, and I’m stuck, and in some ways I’m stuck creatively all over the place.  The world seems stuck […]

Adams to Jefferson #5

Posted by on Nov 13, 2009 in 2009, Choken Word, Correspondence

Dear Jefferson I once again ask for your ear and counsel. I have been thinking of this country and the terror and fear we constantly live in. How spree killings and horror are what our media feeds on and swims in. And I offer a simple remedy for terrorism once and for all. Effective immediately […]

Jefferson to Adams #4

Dear g-tron, we the people don’t seem to be on, The same page, like the declaration was written on, Independence is gone, invisible ink on a dear john letter, If I’m wrong, it’s a strong delusional attention getter, but its better to be a fictitious king than an unusual pawn, so instead of a […]

Adams to Jefferson #3

Posted by on Oct 31, 2009 in 2009, Choken Word, Correspondence

We are too big to fail, my dear Thomas. That’s what we have become. A country hooked on media. Fed by our appetites we succumb. To the false idol of the dollar And what we think it is worth. Binary code floats through our space Hoping to make its place. Into our virtual bank accounts […]

Jefferson to Adams #2

Posted by on Oct 30, 2009 in Akbar Lightning, Correspondence

Dear Friend, Your letter so affected me that I was stunned for a while, forced to surrender to its superior quality.  I smiled, as I do when I encounter something surprising and great.  If there is one advantage to the additional years we now share it is this ability to recognize greatness in others and […]

Adams to Jefferson #1

Posted by on Oct 27, 2009 in 2009, Choken Word, Correspondence

I think of our friendship and how we have grown. How we have fought side by side together in past New York subways. Sang our songs of Amazing Grace for not a penny we would take to own. We were young men back then and we wanted so much change. You were always able to […]