“taste it on the tips of my teeth”

June 21, 2014 Posted by gretchen

It’s about half past 3am in midtown. #justsayin

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the way of a creative. born.

June 19, 2014 Posted by gretchen

the way of a creative. born.

cold air became me around eleven
while my thighs framed a’s, dropping and dipping
and i wrote poems on how he’s heaven;
celebrate swallow replacing sipping. (more…)

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go ahead and get gone

June 19, 2014 Posted by gretchen

On the day that I met both of my ex-husbands, we started living together. We had many profound experiences together from the second we crossed paths. In both instances, we were married in less than 11 weeks of supposedly being acquainted. The first time it lasted about nine years (infinity, if you ask me). The second time, under two months. (more…)

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one more allen stone

June 19, 2014 Posted by gretchen

I’m really trying to move on blog family, I swear. I’ve even been noveling in between Allen Stone posts. However, coffee just came out of my nose reading a Billboard piece revealing that Allen Stone’s first festival show was actually out in LA, right before I saw him in Central Park on Tuesday.

“So wait?” I told myself. “The hottest, realest soul voice in this country, and one of the best on Earth I boldy declare – has only played like, one festival in the States?” Then I giggled.

Get ready Yankees. (more…)

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allen stone. million. two times.

June 18, 2014 Posted by gretchen

I’ve been all on about Allen Stone lately, but you know how I get. Obsessive. All morning there was a tune in my head. It was not from the Jon Butler Trio tracks I was swaying to. It was Allen Stone, but what was the hook? I think I remember a few words… it’s only the first time I ever heard it, after all. I kicked my heels coming across Million shortly after a brief interweb session. The last time I double posted in a day obsessing over a band was back in 2011, to Graveyard Train, back in Australia.

That song is currently free on Allen Stone’s homepage, grab it!

“If you want to get loose, then just learn to pivot.” – Allen Stone

Enjoy blog family! For the local New Yorkers, it’s 31C outside, around 82. It’s the hottest day the city has seen this summer. Some of my favorite stories are born on nights like thisOff you go to practice sweating, swaying, shimmying and any other hot city night activities we get up to.

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