Monthly Archives: December 2010


“Curve” for Chrome Underwood the artist music:  “Pretty 50S” by David Lynch & John Neff Time can curve back around on itself like a mountain highway, the daylight is not a guarantee that everything will turn out all right. Blind … Continue reading

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“Christmas Tomb”

“Christmas Tomb” (tomb engraving) “Bells tolled a mourning Angels on high Heads in their hands Last Christmas morning” I find comfort in the tomb that holds the virtual focus point of you. I can lay the roses here that you … Continue reading

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“Tukso! Tukso! Tukso!”

Tonight I had the extreme pleasure of going to Club Resin, Tukso Okey’s  brand new venue, to hear him perform. I admit to being a Tukso fan (more like an addict) for a long time now and even wrote several … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays from Kari

Last night I was abducted by a contraband  moonshiner gang, led by the very dangerous Henri Godenot, posing as Santa, accompanied by his rowdy  drunken elves, in the notorious town of New Toulouse.  As the sleigh, pulled by stolen reindeer, … Continue reading

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Poem Left On A Desk

Poem Left On A Desk for A. At the writing desk above the ocean’s waves, a small wind-up piano  box of music begins to whirl and play Its  melody is simple and yet , has the power to pull a … Continue reading

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New Blog Site

Welcome to my blog. I am very excited to finally have a space that I can share with my friends, family and fans — and discuss everything about my Second Life, the writing process, my events, projects, etc. Stay tuned … Continue reading

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Digital Rabbit Hole – Now On Sale!

After two very successful launch events in SL, we are proud to announce that Digital Rabbit Hole (the book, not the blog) is available for purchase via the SL Marketplace. Just 100L gets you a delightful 40-page THINc book … Continue reading

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