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Once Again, For The Thousandth Time

Once again I squinted to right,

Stared at screen,

Brought phone in sight;

Once again I took it in palm

With a storming mind,

Maintaining it calm; 485 more words

Writing / Blogging

The Importance of Intergenerational Relationships: An Illustration

My grandfather, Lester E. Potts, Sr, who died when I was 10 years old, was my best childhood friend. We shared a special bond forged over Sunday afternoon cedar-shaded stories and Wednesday morning fishing adventures. 446 more words


Travel, expectations and reality

Today’s been a dreary day, and I eventually summoned myself out of my bed at about a quarter past two in the afternoon after some eleven hours of sleep and a period of just lying in bed, phases of sheer motionlessness. 1,768 more words


Eventually Everything Connects

Well I guess if you speak, people will listen. Maybe they’ll even show you how they feel. Maybe talking is actually worth it, because afterwards you’re insanely happy. 514 more words



Answer me, madly and crazy,
call of the wild like this ache inside.
It’s a little rush, babe –
it’s running from your fangs of heart, 430 more words



Fleeting days fly
Yet time does not stay
The juice of fond thoughts
Flowing through scented gardens
To lay at my heart’s feet
The sweetness of its journey’s gatherings… 51 more words



I tread on sheets of ice like an injured wolf,
Steps of hesitation, mistrust and the first love lost.
You’d be the ideal huntsman to find me, 311 more words