Category Archives: Emotion
If you read my poem, “despair”, written this terrible morning, you can guess at my tears, but James Radcliffe is correct when he says “despair is a luxury we cannot afford.” Read on; do good. Positive thoughts and acts are … Continue reading
Warning: This blog is rated PG-13 for V, L, P (politics), SA (substance abuse). Next blog I’ll say something nice. Promise. It’s election year. Enough said, except this year is even stupider than usual. It was one thing when we … Continue reading
Sure enough, the scent of the Daphne takes me right back to my childhood, To Laurelhurst Park, to honey sunshine and rain sparkles of springs gone by. Gone way by. More than half a century passing. The sky was bluer … Continue reading
Anger, like a white dwarf star after implosion, lives on. Like a star, anger is deadly. Unlike a star, anger is personal.