The Toy Nana: That’s a toy. It’s for children. I’m not getting that for your daughter. Me (in my Arnold … Continue reading The Toy
“Go ahead and ask me?” Continue reading The Stupid Question
In your 36th year you will learn what its like to die and watch all that you built and your father built be dismantled. Continue reading Synopsis of a story
Should I have rather less randomly
yanked you by your thorny stem
and left you in the garden
among the Jaqards, Buttercups, and Peone?
I sit in my mother’s old rocking chair, the same one she used to rock me in when I was … Continue reading The Reluctant Soldier
Flowers grow above the ground where his ashes lay at peace, to remind us that amidst the thorns, his beauty blossoms like a scarlet memory, Continue reading Happy Father’s Day, Indeed!
Sometimes it is demanded, taken and kept, and almost always earned and freely given. Continue reading Love is …