Monthly Archives: January 2013

What It’s Like – a Poem

I’m a fatalist. I believe everything is as it is meant to be. That doesn’t mean I don’t make choices, of course I do. I live, so, inevitably, I must make decisions: do or don’t; this or that; here or … Continue reading

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Perspective Changes Everything

I used to keep track of all the books I read in a year. I logged them in a journal. For years. What, six, maybe? Seven, eight? A good while. Then one day I ripped up the pages and tossed … Continue reading

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Maybe Next Year–Hanging onto Hope

On the Friday, the 21st, I felt great all day. I felt as if something wonderful was waiting for me up the road in this journey that is my life. But on Wednesday, gloom and disappointment returned. Oh, hell. This … Continue reading

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