Monthly Archives: August 2016

Broken Words

Listen listen to voices that can’t be heard, their soundless mutterings contain certainty possibly even the truth; Everything creates new perspectives, new words making us strangers in our own land, making us strangers in our own lives; leaving us trying … Continue reading

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Broken Horizons

There he sits every day, whiskey and cigarettes daytime T.V. shoe leather’s gotten thin, needles in the hallway; the accoutrements of ennui, perhaps. There they sit every day images of unattainable dreams, missed opportunities, bad choices limitations; the architecture of … Continue reading

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Broken Shadows

If everything was nothing and everyone was nobody, why then gaze up at the Moon when it isn’t there? If all lies were true and truth was never spoken, why then rebuke those who want to fall off the edge … Continue reading

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Lord of the Rings ( Part 5 )

On thence they went to Lothlorien home of the Elves, to learn the fate of Middle earth and themselves; Taking counsel with Celeborn they spoke of many a thing, though all their thoughts were with the Ring; Galadriel invited Frodo … Continue reading

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