Ms. Hello KittySmiling on my wallIsn't she so pretty?At only two feet tall!Clever as a red foxHatching her naughty plotHolding a milk boxLike a mouse she caught!To read my story, click here: The Boy and His Sand Castle
How was your day? Was it one to remember? Or one to forget? Was it harsh like a torturer's heart? Or beautiful like a work of art? Did it make you wish it was your last? Or like a breeze, it blew by fast? Perhaps it was between all that Indeed, most days are just … Continue reading How was your day?
What mighty wallsAre own hands buildAround and around our soulsWhen the flesh becomesWith all its needsThe dictator of our goalsTo read my story, click here: The Boy and His Sand Castle Photo credit: https://www.123rf.com/photo_67705251_stock-illustration-breaking-through-walls-with-a-heavy-wrecking-ball-destroying-a-solid-cement-obstacle-as-a-metaphor-f.html
Everyone wants to be happy But no one knows what it means I asked one hundred wise men One thousand answers I received With absolute disappointment Empty handed I returned On a path through a dark forest A little girl passed me by With hair as dark as charcoal And a tattered crimson dress Wearing … Continue reading The Girl with the Tattered Crimson Dress
(Illustration by my friend Justin Kleinsteuber) Those who refuse to embrace despair and let go of hope, are the only souls that reach this place. I’ve been waiting for you. And you, have finally arrived. Do you still remember the first lesson of the desert? Everything that is to come is already near. I am … Continue reading The Oasis
"Death is the major issue in the world. For you, for me, for all of us. It just is. To not be able to talk about it is very odd" -Cormac McCarthy "Of all the worlds wonders, which is the most wonderful? That no man, though he sees others dying all around him, believe that … Continue reading The Call
"The healthy life consists of meeting and resolving crises as early as possible so that we can get on to the next one. Oddly, the best measure of psychospiritual health is how many crises we can cram into a lifetime" - M. Scott Peck Life is a battle To live is to suffer Yet to … Continue reading Life