Within, The bowels of ground zero View twisted by terror. Sitting on a column matrix The candle flames out, Dreams shattered. Across a fearing people Anthrax spreads like Melted wax Without, Flickering vigil By candlelight. Closure For lost souls And … Continue reading Within the Twin Towers
Day One The worm burrows deeply into bowels of knowledge a cancer multiplying and spreading into the network and germs infecting everything they touch. Corrosion Corruption Destruction Day Two Attachments are deleted save the validation of a few standing guard at the … Continue reading Today, Proud American
Our lives have changed dramatically with the demonic destruction of the World Trade Center in New York. My iris ID card hangs around my neck like an albatross. Always part of my anatomy, an unwanted appendage that keeps me company everywhere … Continue reading America Proven Greater Than This
I asked this question hundreds of times, my mouth dry, as I stood in the plaza in front of the Titan book store. “Oh cool” “I wanted a flag, thanks.” “May I have one for my friend?” “Thank you and … Continue reading Will you wear a flag today?
A City Store at Your Door Spencer, Nebraska “You’ll forget the past, folks, and take new interest in the present when you read what Hypse Bros. offer as a contribution to the NEW DEAL in high quality merchandise. Take advantage of … Continue reading Hypse Bros.
Remy Martin Louis XIII Cognac that only could be a product of France is available at Costco. The price? Only $3499.99 plus tax. To quote Remy Martin “HOW DO YOU DRINK LOUIS XIII COGNAC?”: Circulate the precious blend of eaux-de-vie around your tongue and … Continue reading Номенклатура
Author and Nationwide Speaker, LeeAnne Krusemark, at OLLI-CSUF Thursday September 12, 2:30pm Room Shapiro CD Why Write? Writing helps us make art and sense out of our every day, ordinary moments. Every story matters to the person living it: write to bring … Continue reading Why Write?
Two score and ten years ago my father brought forth on this continent, a new man, conceived in the womb by a dedicated and loving mother whereby all men are created (well me at least). Now we are engaged in … Continue reading Of the People, By the People, For the People
Known as Lawetlat’la by indigenous Cowlitz people, Mount St Helens blew nearly a quarter mile off its height 40 years ago in the most economically destructive volcanic event in the history of the United States. Killing at least 57 people and destroying … Continue reading Lawetlat’la goes Topless
Cindy is an expert atlatl spear thrower. She had practice using a ball thrower to whip tennis balls farther down the street so Jenna would run after it and thus exercise. So she naturally could throw her spear with an atlatl. We … Continue reading Columbia River