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Visiting the Past/Waiting on the Edge

Four and a half months to the day. Almost exactly.

I had assumed it was going to be a one-time thing.

Once is more than plenty; but to have this happen… 453 more words

Recollections & Reflections

Tossin' and Turnin'

I was listening to a fellow speaking of human sleep arrangements lately, and on the way to his main point, he mentioned some people from the Solomon Islands objecting to what their London hosts thought was lavish treatment, a separate hotel room for each one of their party.   233 more words

Writing

Note to mom

So much has changed

since you’ve passed,

the world’s a mess

that cannot last –

and

you’d never think

we’ve digressed this way,

where “equality and justice’ 25 more words

All True Ghost Horror!

Hyperbole sure is easy!

For Hallowe’en, I thought I would offer a small recounting of a ghostly encounter of my very own.  Like a proper real-life ghost story, it does not have a very firm narrative line, and it also doesn’t have much that a dedicated sceptic can’t dismiss out of hand. 64 more words

Writing

Meteor shower over Pikes Peak, Colorado. Photographer unknown.

“The Cosmos is all that is or was or ever will be. Our feeblest contemplations of the Cosmos stir us — there is a tingling in the spine, a catch in the voice, a faint sensation, as if a distant memory, of falling from a height. 12 more words

Who Am I?

There were so many times

I wish I’d made a different decision,

I wish I had been

able to communicate better…

Instead,

I really tried to act… 65 more words

"People Killing People-Why?"

Today’s news is so familiar

not unlike years ago

when I wrote poetry –

about hate and anger

never believing

never doubting a

more peaceful, 16 more words