PART ONE 1 SURROUNDED BY LOVE The magic of one moment: the culmination of one woman, Darlene Best, at the end of her life. She arises from her sick bed. This time her spiritual essence only ascends, as she gazes at the twisted, broken husk beneath her, finally, already in her… Read More
via I Tasted Spring I love this poem. The picture even more, is what caught me and drew me in.
Originally posted on Lance Sheridan:
He trimmed their hedges And they watered his curiosity, Nosy neighbor With an ear trumpet, Like an old Victrola needle listening To a seventy-eight rpm record, Scratching scratching for a sound. Blemish on a character, A sin, an outlandish scrutinizing Of neighbor’s conversations. ? Do not think they don’t notice—…
If you’ve ever had pest problems in those hard to reach areas of your manufactured or mobile home, you probably know how difficult it is to trap or get rid of the pests that lurk in the areas under and in your living space. Here’s the beginning of my nightmare!
Maybe I was safer stealing my neighbor’s tiny bicycle at four years old and pedaling for the city with all my might, than I was riding my own tricycle within my own yard. After all, hundreds of children disappear from their own driveways each year. Safety in numbers, you see. Nobody kidnaps a four-year-old child… Read More