Except for the point, the still point There would be no dance And there is only the dance Continue reading Tuesday with T.S. Eliot
Robert Frost~ Mountain Intervals 1920 The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And … Continue reading The Road Not Taken
Some people are dog people and some are cat people. Some people are warm and fuzzy and they like to nuzzle, while others are a bit more distant and somewhat less affectionate. Still, the dog people love their dogs passionately, and cat people love their cats passionately. Here I wonder why from having dogs all … Continue reading You Are Loved
Yesterday was a sunny 80 degrees with just a touch of a cool breeze kissing my face as I step out into my neighborhood for a walk. It was this pleasant weather that made my decision to wonder further than a mere walk. As I was waiting for the local bus, I curiously gaze openly … Continue reading Smoke Coming Out of My Gills
“Love thy neighbor” if you are a Christian and abide by the Ten Commandments this is one of them. Unfortunately, my neighbors are devil incarnate. They are 24 hours a day active in every part of the place I live. They are not children, they are adults way into their twenties. The mother lives with … Continue reading The Banging Doors
A Quixotic Quest: ….To dream the impossible dream, To fight the unbelievable foe, To bear with unbearable sorrow To run where the brave dare not go; To right the unrightable wrong. To love, pure and chaste, from afar, To try, when your arms are too weary, To reach the unreachable star! This is my Quest … Continue reading Don Quijote de La Mancha
Ha! Mother, she is the living embodiment of motherhood! ~My mother worked for a travel agency! and she booked guilt trips~ Since I can remember I was facinated by this woman’s ability to manipulate, and disrupt any peaceful gathering. She would start with one child by telling them all the abuse she has received on … Continue reading My Mother Worked For a Travel Agency
There are lots of windmills rolling in my head on this day! The news is forever warning the public on terror attacks and the neighbors are playing loud music, it’s a cacophony of all that America represents. Mexican mariachi to my right, Rap to my left and not too mention across the way the European … Continue reading Hello world!