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Feeling...Inflamed

A fire rages through the
country.  Anger flares.
Passion ignites.
Polarized, on the brink of
repeating history.

Will we break?

Will we unite?

Each day, one side or the… 34 more words

Hilary Clark

The Past Builds the Future

My younger stepson, Z, formerly Hockey Boy, graduated from college this past weekend.  His entire family is devoutly proud of him.  He studied civil engineering with an emphasis in construction management and a minor in structures, played college level hockey for the first two years, and worked as a cook in a campus bar for the last two. 272 more words

Hilary Clark

Inflamed

I’ve spent the last couple years trying to find my artistic voice.  Ultimately, this is a lifelong journey – an artist finds her voice, people recognize her work without having to read a sign or look for a signature on a piece and then, somewhere down the line, just like happens when people grow from childhood into our teens, the voice alters.  726 more words

Hilary Clark

Airport Layout Plan: Houston Hobby

I build airports for a living.  My day job, since the 1990s, has been in aviation construction management, working in the finance side for massive construction programs.  228 more words

Hilary Clark

Airport Layout Plan: Houston Hobby

How does one
write a poem about an
airport?  (I build airports.
Did you know?)
In the year 2000,
Houston Hobby needed more
gates.  So, the… 50 more words

Hilary Clark

Iron Cross

Symbols used for military
honor are re-imagined for
motorcycle enthusiasts.
Turn around.  The
Iron Cross is everywhere.
But is it all-inclusive?
History says no.
God says yes. 17 more words

Hilary Clark

Iron (Hot Cross Eight)

I took a short break from the studio over the Christmas holidays, but as soon as we rolled into 2017, I was right back at my Hot Cross series with Iron Cross. 320 more words

Hilary Clark