- LowLife n. low•lifeˈloʊˌlaɪf(n.)(pl.)-lifes.-lives
- 1. a member of the outerclass comprised of (e.g.) prostitutes, addicts, alcoholics, the mentally ill, beggars, petty criminals, trolls, anarchists, welfare mothers, and uncontrollable wobblers.
- 2. a disreputable or deviant lifestyle
- One Throttled Voice ...
- Homeless Heroism
- “The street’s on fire in a real death waltz …”
- Sinai Tapestry (off-topic)
- Wasting the meaning and losing the rhyme
- Offered Without Comment (‘Cause Mom Said Don’t Speak When You’re Angry)
- Fentanyl, Your Last Train Home.
- Promises … promises
- Rotting On Remand
- Senior Toronto police officer found guilty of misconduct for ordering mass arrest at the G20 summit in 2010
- Justice Delayed: Bus Shelter Killers Get Life
- I broke the windows at the logging company, just to get a little release
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These girls from Van have a courage and a sensitivity I truly admire. They understand the lowlives and can only wish them the best in their future careers.
I’ve been admitted to the hospital 3 times in the last months, 6 times in the last 5 years. Makes one ponder mortality, it does. Which isn’t such a bad thing unless you are 21. Indeed, it makes you … Continue reading
With reluctant but insufferable pride (and a little ambivalence) I am forced to confess that, @ 20 years-old, it may be too late for my eldest daughter to become a true lowlife. Stunningly talented & beautiful, smart enough to pay … Continue reading
Carpe Diem (Lyrics from a too-long season on the street) These streets are my cathedral. Every pipe’s a sacrament. One-eyed Jack’s been giving that sermon since the seventh day of Lent. Ah, but this morning broke so brilliantly in my … Continue reading
Chicago punk rockers and eclectic activists, Rise Against, explored a couple of new venues during their latest trip to Ottawa. Last night’s show at the CE Centre (out by the airport just a few miles past the boondocks) wasn’t the … Continue reading
Woody Guthrie penned the lyrics in 1948. A decade later, schoolteacher Martin Hoffman put music to the words. “Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos)“, tells the story of the 1948 plane crash over Mexico which killed 28 migrant farm workers … Continue reading