Category Archives: Poetry

A Father, A Son, A Child

I have a father, a son, as did he, a man, like anyone, a heartbeat, a desire, a following he didn’t ever imagine, yet today, we celebrate him, this man, this iconic symbol of peace, whom certainly lived the same life, we have all, being human, it is difficult not to imagine, hardship of any…

The Knowing Calm of Grace

It’s amazing how good we are when we’re “on.” We flow with an energy and ease, reminiscent of two old dancers. Two hearts in sync – without question – without retort. Simple gestures. Small moments. A helping hand. A guiding force. So simplistic. Ever so fleeting. Muddied by history and torment. Smothered by a sea of emotions. Left…

This Shifting Society

We are at a crossroads, a don’t look, stop staring – retribution of a gender explosion holds no safeguards,   Remember that time when we created, the worst part of life is knowing, not wanting, that was the error in judgment, the need today, far different than any single man, any single woman, any single…