Metaphorical Writing/Father’s Day 2013

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It is the innocence of youth that, we think we can escape our obsession with the path of our predecessors and create our own mythological journey separate from the context of the journey of those before us.  How many times … Continue reading

The Fog of War!

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This movie came to me on FB.  I watched it over a late breakfast and some coffee.  I found McNamara’s talking about himself and war in general to be quite honest and there was much that I agreed with.  It … Continue reading

Metaphorical Writing 6/14/2013

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Corrugated Cardboard JFK, Lewis and Huxley all die on the same day only one death goes by with properly noticed eulogy. All in contrast to the next– living blonde haired fantasies, fantasies in words on pages flights of mushroom fantasies, … Continue reading

Metaphorical Writing 6/13/2013

So long without the light and shadows playing on the ground.  It had become so devoid of light dancing on the leaves, the rooftops that, now, it feels like someone had placed an oil rig turned upside down to pull the light down to earth and her struggling mortals, after days of the sun’s endless tears for us.

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Symphony for Cross Country Storming

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The line winds are coming. They rumble like planes hidden in the clouds. Out the window my car sits naked to predicted bombardiers. I go about my day with this musical score thundering In the background like some dark opus … Continue reading