Behind Beaky’s house is a retention pond. There is an alligator that occasionally breaks the surface and when it does I say, “Looking for poodles…” Kerri punches my arm and smiles. 379 more words
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In lyrical and elegant language A.E. Housman penned his melancholic poem,
When Summer’s End Is Nighing.
He used the gradual and predictable process of the changing seasons, 236 more words
1. All things are impermanent
The inclination towards nothingness is unrelenting and universal. Even things that have all earmarks of substance – things that are hard, inert, solid – present nothing more than wear blinders, use ruses to forget, ignore, or pretend otherwise – but all comes to nothing in the end. 183 more words