Bio for 2021

Born among the frond-threshed, stucco-studded marshlands of Broward County Florida, Goldie was re-potted among the goldenrod and indigoed grasses of Kentucky in August of 2006. It spends its time consuming astringent seas of unsweetened and buttery coffee, and discerning coyly querulous eels from snickering rills and scrolls of uncurling cigarettes’ sulfurous and smoldering smirks. For a time, he wished to be Randy Newman’s tarred and ivoried shadow, though some years later, a coppery flue exposed from the shoal-scrubbed throat of Dylan Thomas. Now, more often than not, he simply wishes to be himself.

Reason for signing up:

To share, and, more rather, see what I’ve really to share with anyone willing to hear me out.

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