Love to Remember

In time we all forget Or they and sometimes we For some they lack regret While others feel ennui Idealized and faded but romantic memory … What love does when it stays Replace what should have never Never been or would have come in through the haze … And hindsight twenty twenty Ignore destructive waysContinue reading “Love to Remember”

Reverberate

Let me shout and dare to show Things deep inside you’ll never know I’ll let them out to travel wild You’ll hear them bounce as you’re beguiled Once, twice, thrice; they’re amplified Meaning compounds; your sense defied What begins so simple And that which starts so neat Fills with itself while old depletes What usedContinue reading “Reverberate”

Segregation Persists… We Need to Fully Integrate

In my morning review of the day’s headlines, I came across this piece by Newsweek’s Janice Williams about a Bobcat who was kicked out of a Dollar General in Kentucky for not adhering to mandatory coronavirus prevention measures. She wasn’t wearing a mask. My initial reaction was, “This is a failure of the public educationContinue reading “Segregation Persists… We Need to Fully Integrate”

Something Borrowed

Your eyes have something borrowed And they are something new Beneath the something old They’re hiding something blue The beauty of the bold The wicked things you do Expressed behind the prism All stored inside of you Light will always flow And bend us both into The shape that we become When One is madeContinue reading “Something Borrowed”

Hypersociety… Is it really sustainable?

The pace of life has only quickened in the wake of the technological explosion over the past few decades, amplified by a society that mimics the equally fast paced lifestyles of the celebrity influencers who have shaped our modern world. Many of those influencers burned out bright, running themselves into the ground in their oftenContinue reading “Hypersociety… Is it really sustainable?”

Book Review – Take Me to Heaven by Adina Grey

A charming and romantic novella, Take Me to Heaven is sure to capture the hearts of fans of drama and romantic fiction. The story is deep and rich, heavily driven by dialogue rather than a sludgy narrative where every character’s every thought is analyzed and explained in detail, leaving the reader tired and overwhelmed. TakeContinue reading “Book Review – Take Me to Heaven by Adina Grey”