Category Archives: humanity
“I can’t do this anymore!” The laptop stares at me from the kitchen table where I sit, defeated head fallen into helpless hands. It has stalked me from my work office to my home. Black and white pixels layer documents … Continue reading
threading through the clouds jets rip the sky asunder contrails hide the tears
Who invented time? I mean, really… before there were calendars and watches and birthdays and scheduling apps and • b • u • l • l • e • t journals, who decided we need to slice and dice our … Continue reading
winter solstice wish: may lessons learned in years past guide the year to come
“Cheers, everyone!” Glasses raise in salute. “Clink glasses!” a child calls. Same granddaughter who clapped and “yay”ed following a somber hymn at my dad’s funeral. That’s how her performances are received. I smile and bend down toward her happy face. … Continue reading
Brilliant stars kiss the sky. Fevered ocean steams. I picture amore’s caramel eyes, and listen for secret embrace. Cheating dog, so long. Velvet smoke almost gone. Somber, I will heal, then fly.