Dos cuerpos, una mente. Dos cuerpos, un alma. Así estuvimos Sol de mi alma Pan de mi cuerpo ¿Dónde está? Almas negras. Tristezas Hijos de mi amor. ¿Porque están? Grité y no escuchaste. Lloré y no viste nada. Busque y no estaba. Sol de mi alma Pan de mi cuerpo Lléveme contigo.Pregunto ¿Quien soy yo?… Continue reading Perdida
Illusions – life’s little hobgoblinsCome creeping, crawling through our minds. Sighs, cries, you know them well.Pain, anguish, feel them swell. Black souls, sultry rooms, lovers.Illusions – Hobgoblins in my mind. Reflections – I to you, you to me,Delusions – me to you – we are three. Illusions. You have one, I have none. Only time.… Continue reading Illusions
Speculate Contemplate Reflect Act Beware Beginners Lose Easily --May 2009
“Arf! Arf! Nnn . . . .nnn . . . ar-rooff!” A scratching came from outside the cave. Then a whimper, and finally, a yowl. “ AAAAArrrrrf!” “ Grrrrrrr . . . ahhh . . .yarrr . . . Huh! Who’s there?” I slowly opened one eye, then the other, and stretched my paws. What… Continue reading The Amazing Shrinking Puppy as told by Rufus P. Bear
Today Liberty cried. She cried for America; She mourned for the tired, the poor, the huddled masses yearning to breathe free. The wretched refuse of teeming shores. Today Liberty cried. She cried for refugees, She grieved for the mothers of exiles, the homeless, tempest-tossed unfree. The imprisoned children at sterile borders. Today Liberty cried. She… Continue reading The Day Liberty Cried
Most of us know Aesop's fable of the Hare and the Tortoise with its underlying premise of slow and steady triumphing over undisciplined speed. But, I wonder if that is really the best lesson in today's chaotic world. Perhaps the snail's adaptability offers a better analogy for navigating life's twists and turns. For example, the… Continue reading The Tortoise and the Snail
Some of life's greatest lessons can be learned in a laundromat.