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Celestial Quarantin

Celestial Quarantine The darkness in my heart forced me into the night To a silver-colored sky and stars of laser light. I heard nothing but the crickets and a night bird’s call The air was fresh and there was no … Continue reading

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We Must Find Our Backbone and Tenacity.

While working for Grimes Publications, I had the opportunity to interview so many incredible people – one of whom was Pine Mountain, Ga., resident and business owner, the late Mr. Al Boyd. He was part of the Normandy invasion and … Continue reading

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Moon Song

“I’m here,” said the Moon to the Earth below. The clouds and rain merely dull my glow. But no one can extinguish the light in my soul… I have an iron-strong spirit that shines like gold. I don’t give in … Continue reading

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You Know Who We Are

You know who we are. We are your neighbors. Your friends and your enemies. Your students and your teachers. Your bosses and your coworkers. Your soul mates and your lovers. Your spouses and your exes. We work with you, go … Continue reading

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Maybe Your Socks Are Too Damn Tight

Love hurts. It stinks. I’m better off without it. Done. No more for me. Sound like bitterness? Maybe. But it could be survival. Because the best way to remedy a situation that feels like drowning is to swim. And surviving … Continue reading

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“Raise the Glasses, Look Back, and Smile”

…thoughts from the past. I wrote this for the “Harris County Journal” January, 10 years ago. So you have to add a decade to every number. My dad passed away almost three years ago. But I continue to hear his strong, … Continue reading

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When I Was Seventeen…

…I left Jones Crossroads for the University of Georgia,  “with my feet ten feet off” the ground. It was 1968 — the year Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy were murdered. Vietnam raged while innocence bloomed. Peaceful protests worked miracles. But … Continue reading

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