Small Talk

Sharpening Selecting Sharp life knives Roast beef flesh And Sunday dinner smiles Mashed potato mountains I once dreamed I could move Hand stirs the pot The knife carves through what The smile gets bigger Time for dinner The gravy is lies, salt, and pepper Stirred in this sanity like a thickening roux Poured into the... Continue Reading →

Project Lyght

Groove is a brand new release by Lyght. I really love his music and I've been watching him grow as an artist and person for awhile now. It's so cool watching what art can do for all of us. And the fact that anyone can benefit from the art...it's a lot nicer to think hey,... Continue Reading →

Just Fucking Do It, Dammit!

Cool things have been happening. One, I started writing a poetry book with the kids. Inspired by Dr. Seuss & Shel Silverstein. The kids are illustrating it and my daughter's even adding her own poems. Two, I've been writing a lot in general. Three, I feel good about myself. Not like sniffing my armpits and... Continue Reading →

How do you feel about wind?

When you think of it, what does it mean? Is it powerful, or loud, or maybe annoying? Is it destructive? Is it creative? Is there a purpose to the wind? In the chaos and destruction of hurricanes, so much loss can occur. Or if the wind and the right conditions meet, a tornado can destroy... Continue Reading →

Change your search, get new results?

If you Google your life, what are the results?  Have you ever thought about your thoughts? Where did it come from, what is it about or why you’re even thinking it?  Have you wondered if you control your thoughts or if your thoughts control you? How noisy is it in your head? Are you in... Continue Reading →

Tell me about blue

When the “inner” world becomes inquisitive, the “outer” world becomes magnificent. What color is your sky? Can you actually describe it? There’s blue, there’s light blue, there’s dark blue, but I can’t say what blue looks like to me. Nor can I see or understand what blue looks like to you. I only call it... Continue Reading →

Ma Ma Ma Ma Mad Mad Madness

Did Eurydice save Orpheus, or did he save her? But Nietzsche said "without music, life is meaningless" as he proposed to Salome If madness lies in genius, or the other way around La Petit Mort whispered with quivers Cupid stole a quiver, to feed his surefire bow Inspired Van Gogh's ear the ticking of Poe's telltale heart... Continue Reading →

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