When I was a young teen, I spent a huge portion of my time alone in my room. Music was my only voice to the outside world. It carried on a frequency that seemed to transcend class, race, social status, and age. The loneliness inside was buried deep, and cast a purple, obstructive hue on… Read More All Alone – Musical Thoughts from the mind of a 14 year old
there’s this bridge I’m looking for i don’t know where it goes but I’m sure it spans the distance between our shores on foot’s the only way I see to trek this life, no short cuts be who said that building bridges was an easy toll to pay my shores are blue and yours are… Read More Bridges
As I am a creature of patterns, though there is a vast difference between patterns and repetitious outcomes that slap me in the face. Despite my prodigious optimism, to see past persistant repetitious outcomes, I am mourning the reality that one particular area of my life may be settled into a pattern opposite of what… Read More Farewell Catarina, Farewell to Love
What if we woke at sunset, and bedded down at the rooster’s crow? What it we lived days lit by moonlight, napping through nights in the warmth of the sun? Would we all rush to the seaside to get a moon tan? Would Ray Bans still be in fashion? When the moon is full would… Read More How Do You Teach A Fish To Fly?