In the mid 1980's I ate blueberries in a 1950's kitchen My Grandmother sat with me She was a collector of stamps One day we sat And she shared with me For my own collection I fondly remember the days of peace When I was a child What were all the things I didn't know...
The rain comes like a tidal wave Bringing unexpected disaster May we all prepare To love our neighbors at a moments notice And wash away the guilt Of the powerless Good luck to my friends on the rescue Come home safe I pray you find the living And comfort those in need
The snow has been falling Two days straight I cannot take the picture The flakes fade away It is something I cannot understand How to explain the snow to another man The flakes come Nearly the speed of gravity I can here the floop From the ceiling As the weight fluffs the snow From the … Continue reading Winter
I find myself sitting At the edge of road and drive As far as I got from home The land is still mine There is nowhere to go I can convince none to see Trapped in a depression Systems captured me How do we treat humans? Do we seek peace? I see ideologies vying for … Continue reading My Lonely Day
Sustained by coffee and crab The love of a book, and the sound of birds I wish you all the best You(society) may think you know the truth I know I live a lie A lie that was spoken before I was born Your "truth" frees no one It is a meatless shell Devoid of … Continue reading Fresh crab and coffee
We have a pause in the snow, (for now) we even had a little rain to compact it. I think I'll strap on the snow shoes, and go for a walk. (It's deeper then it looks) Home Sweet Home
Woke up today Looked pretty nice out Snow melted away by about a foot Good time to travel So I figured I should get water Although I still have two jugs Better do it anyway As I do I think Inner dialogue Constant Unbashful in judgement Laughing at my own hypocrisy Because I am no … Continue reading Bigot