Falling Away

Here it is, the end of September. The year, 2011. How did this happen? Does anybody else feel this way? The smells, the colours, the sense of fall from my childhood is still very present in my memory. As a child, fall meant back to school, dry, crunchy leaves, apples,...

It’s Like This

One of two poems of mine published in the July/August print issue of Contemporary Literary Horizons, a wonderful multicultural journal that not only publishes the work of poets and writers from around the globe, but translates each piece into several languages. I am...

Stops & Starts

As of the end of September, my childhood home will be sold – gone – kaput. The home where I grew up, the place I chose to move on from at a naïve, youthful age, the life I returned to in what I’ll term my prime, because I sure as hell am not going to even...

Stumbled Upon

“A Woman Should Have” A WOMAN SHOULD HAVE .. enough money within her control to move outand rent a place of her own,even if she never wants to or needs to… A WOMAN SHOULD HAVE ..something perfect to wear if the employer, or date of her dreams wants to see her in an...

Changes

The sun has set. Another day comes to a close. Closure. On a lifetime, it seems. Closed – open. Wide, welcome to next. Open to new. Released. Into the open. Ahhh. Feel fresh air. Fog; rolls in, rolls out. Soothing,foghorns, outside in the open. Another chapter closed....

PC or Mac

I went to the Apple store the other day. I wanted to do some research. In truth, I wanted to investigate switching over from a PC to MAC, basically to see what all the fuss is about. I’d been in the Apple store before, when I purchased an iPad for my Dad in hopes it...
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