Monthly Archives: June 2017

Stripping Away the Cliches

I am uninterested in syrupy expressions .  I do  not want to compose cheap cards to the world about the benefits of love and country when so much of the earth is in pain. We are afraid of raw words.  … Continue reading

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One Picture/A Thousand Words

People in wheelchairs being pulled and lifted out of the hallways of the Capitol —our house as well as the men with offices there!–is truly disturbing. The health bill which trashes the most vulnerable is being protested at great risk … Continue reading

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Father’s Day

My father was an angry sad man. He tried not to be, but he was bitter that his life did not go the way he wished. He said he loved us, but we always irritated him with our laughter and … Continue reading

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Sounds in the Dark

We live near a place where many people suffered and died. Sometimes in the night there are sighs that come to wake me or even screams. Many would say I was hearing ghosts or just losing my real hearing. What … Continue reading

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