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Monthly Archives: April 2016
Can a zebra change his spots or ever be orange – run faster than a cheetah? Well, maybe. Maybe not. Why would a zebra want to? Would you change if you could – freckles, dimples, corkscrew hair – whatever makes … Continue reading
yes [aye] a-firm- a-tive. pos-i- tive. a- sser-tive. open air, wind- o[w], door, a mind. John climbed ladder to yes [Yoko] and changed the world.
I cannot forget, but signs everywhere exclaiming your name stir buried regrets. I cringe. Anger crawls through skin over skull. I feel how it feels trying to escape. Wish I could take back the perfunctory smile, “Thanks for coming,” of … Continue reading
Oh, what if? What iffing till the fat lady sings – what good does wishing bring? With such imagined things as silv’ry frog-ged wings, large asses wouldn’t ding at each every landing, and bawdy ribit-ting could conjure mighty kings. Take … Continue reading
Sergio gazes most mornings at his fog embraced city while clouds as languid as he unveil countless offices in the sky. He lingers over coffee lost in its aroma. He likes how he can drift along that steam back to … Continue reading
Change your clothes. Change your mind. Never change your fearless heart.
TRIVIA – All you need not know, yet discuss to perpetuity.
There are clues, but then, one day – all of a sudden – you awaken on uproarious, clattering birdsinging. Overnight, wispy willowfronds waft under spiritstirring, cleansing, bracing breezes, which powerfully transform water and sunlight into an eyedazzle of diamonds popping. … Continue reading
Sun on your pick-up’s dusty, cluttered dash is not as warm as your smile.