Revelation In Wet Ash

Revelation In Wet Ash

Poetry is written with tears, fiction with blood, and history with invisible ink. ~Carlos Ruiz Zafón If I could be a success in any profession, I would choose to be a writer…now that I am past the prime of my athletic prowess and the screaming adulation of millions when obliterating an attack on the football […]

Schizoid Man

Schizoid Man

Death seed blind man’s greed Poets’ starving children bleed Nothing he’s got he really needs Twenty-first century schizoid man ~King Crimson I have attempted to imagine what it is like to be schizophrenic. Try as I might, I cannot fathom a realm in which my thoughts, emotions, and actions are so out of touch with […]

The Flower Outlives the Dick-Tater

The Flower Outlives the Dick-Tater

You can cut all the flowers but you cannot keep spring from coming. ~Pablo Neruda The flowering words of the poet Pablito Neruda focused eyes on the horrors perpetrated by the coward pinochet, a human being so despicable he does not deserve to have his name capitalized. I shudder to even put it into print. […]

Degaussing Vultures

Degaussing Vultures

You shall create beauty not to excite the senses but to give sustenance to the soul. ~Gabriela Mistral. My desire for my blogs is they create a space where intellectual beauty flourishes but I fear my words merely expose the chimera of my feckless mind and every posting resides otiose in a digital desert stinking […]

Orthogonal Views Aren’t Known Until Written

Orthogonal Views Aren’t Known Until Written

In my view, you cannot claim to have seen something until you have photographed it. ~Emile Zola I find I don’t really know something until I have attacked if from many different writing angles which is why my themes sometimes feel redundant. For the same reason, I feel it is my duty to view politically […]

Practice, Practice, Practice My Art Every, Every Day

Practice, Practice, Practice My Art Every, Every Day

The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work. ~Emile Zola I began writing soon after leaving university possibly as a reaction to years immersed in the math and sciences foundational to an Engineering degree. I wrote steadily for a few years binding my writings in a volume I prematurely […]

Bleeding Blue, Vomiting Pink

Bleeding Blue, Vomiting Pink

Once a year go someplace you’ve never been before. ~Dalai Lama Once a year is not enough to visit a place for the first time. Assuming two weeks vacation for the unique trip, there remain fifty weeks mired in daily, weekly, monthly rituals. It need not be. For the cost of a library card, it […]

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