Monthly Archives: August 2016

Mid Night Discourse

She doesn’t listen. She’s impudent that way, my muse. Coming and going as she pleases seemingly without a thought of the repercussions for me. So familiar. Is she me or I her? A question for the ages, the slowly aging … Continue reading

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Be Still and Listen

Originally posted on This Pedestrian Life:
You there. With camouflaged heart armed sentries guarding the moat? you’ve filled with ten thousand tears. You there. Who seldom smile? lest the beauty of your wounded warrior soul appear bare naked? in divining…

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What It Means To Love Without Conditions

The very moment you become a parent your heart cracks open. It’s not just a Lilliputian hairline crack, but a canyonesque fissure, through which your child enters, through which he/she will travel all the days of your life. You will … Continue reading

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