The invisible man: Ascot and rags, A corporeal disguise. But likewise with me, When I lose my finery, I’ll disappear before your eyes. Glasses over bandages, Is… Read more “Glasses Over Bandages”
Sometimes I think our biggest blunder
Is how we’ve crushed our sense of wonder.
With the decorated shop windows of others,
And the weight of information, plowing us under.
With production values that beg, “Why try?”
And standards that are skyscraper high.
We live ahead of our horizon lines,
Obstructed by monuments in our minds.
While labelled and locked
In a tidy box.
But I recall a wondrous world, big and wild,
That I gazed upon, with the eyes of a child.
Meet the man with the heart of coal. Who gained the world and lost his soul. At the helm of a ship, that is out of control,… Read more “The State of the nuiom”
At the precipice of another year. Sometimes wondering when does the Sense of loss Overcome the discipline And the will to soldier on? I get lost in… Read more “Winter Soldier”
The burden of guilt Is making me wilt. Won’t someone please Hand me a quilt? That is built From forgiveness and kindness. That doesn’t turn a blindness… Read more “Power Postures”
Memory is a tattered blanket, Whipping in the breeze. It doesn’t cause calamity, Doesn’t set my mind at ease. There’s so little to hang on to By… Read more “Yesterday My Life Was Filled With Rain”
We start with the weather on the call. But I don’t care about weather at all. Because the wind will blow and the sun will set, And… Read more “Weather: Too Cold For Forgiveness”
The drive is to find the birth river. With an important package to deliver. Molecules of home and preparation for availing Of rushing waters that are much… Read more “Salmonidae”
When the summer’s heat can’t get worse, I’ll be at the beach, fully immersed. Swimming free between lake’s surface and bottom. Troubles? What troubles? I don’t got… Read more “Michigan Shiner”