Monthly Archives: August 2020

The Shelf

When you learn at an early age to open the forbidden cage you unleash the beast of rage upon yourself then you find there is no escape from a frightened tormented fate no-one came it was too late to put … Continue reading

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Anticipatory breakage

In the garden of my mind,where I have been lost in time In the fields of azure spoken of in lure In the forests of retreat, and at the foot of every seat Lies the answer everyone is looking for … Continue reading

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Bleeding in silence

The death of Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart last week, has left a hole in the musical landscape. 3 years fighting brain cancer and we did not even know. Even Rush’s biggest fans were unaware of what he was … Continue reading

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I learned from Rock and Roll

Ive had the music in me as long as I can recall 4 years old mama caught me scrawling lyrics on the wall The music it came to me like a stranger in the night When things are all askew … Continue reading

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Through the Lens Anew

Re-Publish from 2013 In 1974, I was 10 years old and I received my very first camera. It was a little Kodak 110mm film camera, nothing special just something I could take some home pictures with. I have always owned … Continue reading

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The Welcome Home week

Originally posted on December 17, 2019 Written on Thanksgiving The welcome home week is the 5 days preceding the Thanksgiving Day holiday. I call it this because it is the time of year when many families and friends, although dispersed … Continue reading

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Memorial in Yellow

It was almost a year before I would post anything after Dawn Passed, Mom Passed Just 6 months later. I was so lost. I had known them both my entire life. They were both my biggest fans and cheerleaders. They … Continue reading

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My Little sister

Originally posted November 12, 2018 As I mentioned earlier 2018 was indeed a very rough year for me, and it was months between these posts.  Even as I repost all these it is a little rough to reread. It has … Continue reading

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Living with Mom–The Fall

Originally published February15, 2018 From January 30th at 1:39 AM Today while I was at work Mom took a spill. She was not home alone. She tripped over her own slippers. She broke her left Femur and her left wrist. … Continue reading

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Into the Darkness

Originally Posted on February 3, 2018             Endless scenarios they swirl, the pieces do not fit Clouded by obscurities, they flutter through the mist Lost without a cause or clue, restrained by ghosts of past … Continue reading

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