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Freud asked ‘what do they want?’ As if they really know. As if a simple forthright answer, would somehow satisfy…. satisfy what? As if any man or woman really could… somehow articulate a feeling, an answer, an emotion, a witty … Continue reading
Ubiquitous antipathy, Produces pejorative emnity, Consequently ambiguously, We copesetically extenuate, And serendipitously obliviate.
Love devours, Willing couples, Who for endless hours, Forget their troubles, Through intimate nights, And devoted days, Keep their sights, On each others ways.
A remarkable and even beautiful by-product of human failure is the capacity of the individual to repent, reform and rebound. Yet many of us don’t just rebound to some former status-quo, but each of us has the potential to blow … Continue reading
We measure success in large part according to our parents yardstick. But as corny as it sounds, I’ve come to the conclusion that the American founding fathers had it right when they penned the phrase “life, liberty and the pursuit … Continue reading
My memory of Martin Luther King and his I Have a Dream Speech (Annual Repost) All weekend I have been thinking about Martin Luther King’s birthday and the historic March on Washington. I am also reminiscing about where I was … Continue reading
By Tom D What rhymes with Dachshund? I know it’s not Amphibian. But don’t tell that to Darbie the dog, Who loves to lick both toad and frog, And chases them most every night, well, you know how toads like … Continue reading
By Tom D. When I grow old, I’ll not fuss nor scold, At friend nor neighbor, Friendliness will be no labor, To strangers and kids, Yes, those dad-gum kids, Those girls and boys Whose bikes and toys, That seemingly spawn, … Continue reading
By Tom Deliganis Drones, the IRS, the NSA, maybe it’s just me, but this appears to be the way, that our freedoms become debris. Because we fret, we fear, we are vulnerable, it seems, and though terrorists are rare, we … Continue reading