• During Those Days

    Remember when we were kids, the spruce saplings in backyard acreage we tore through thoseĀ  – sticks and rage, long before we misunderstood cyber-kids.   Back then, way back when, back in the day we figured our lives were then forever never imagined hearts we love might sever would we really have to stay inside…

  • My Issue With Vaping

    Recently, I presented a collaboration with colleagues on the dangers of vaping. Alongside we also explored rhetoric in advertising. An examples was a fifties picture of a pack of Viceroy cigarettes, with a dentist promoting the idea of using filters to protect our teeth and body. The premise was meant to identify safety in ingesting…

  • If They Are Just Kids

    If everyone knew the correct answer, then why would the children be so annoying. If the adults might only listen for a reason, then perhaps they might never again tease.   There seems to be a worthy cause on our horizon, kids are speaking up, and there’s a faction of human beings, still want to…

  • In High School We Believed

    Everything mattered, occurred, became known, whether we wanted notoriety or a simple life as a student.   Remember walking the halls, feeling the eyes, wondering about thinking that could expose your own state of mind.   I remember they told me otherwise, so I trusted their ideal, and when the walls caved in they were…

  • Serenity

    A silent muse, peace, a posture wishful in why to seek serenity. A word, create a visual definition, breathe in breathe out breathe again for there is nothing without. I often want to travel back, stand in the hallway outside the cafeteria, where I can still remember the double locked lunchroom doors, almost feel their…

  • My Last Night

    When the pain became too much I stopped looking Finally the strength To step away overcame me False reality Bitter truths Splayed before my eyes Quite simply my heart was broken In more places than even they could know When a cry occurs Soft petals Rain soaked tears Skin damp from streams released Across my…

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