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Tag Archives: New York City
Crossing On the edge – cold steel girder, rivets – will they hold me? Or should I let my fingers… unfurl? Journey into the unforgivable pit of inhumanity or can the span support the weight of my grief until I … Continue reading
There was grime and dirt, and so much decay. There was heart-break and apathy, and lives swallowed whole. Men writhing and twisting, and churning in the muck. I don’t think they’ve noticed us nor the sun rising high. It’s not … Continue reading
peri·pa·tet·ic \ˌper-ə-pə-ˈte-tik\ noun 1. a person who walks or travels about; itinerant.
The other day I opted to run the three miles to the library rather than drive. Cutting it close for time I knew I’d have to use considerable steam if I wanted to get there before closing. Fiddling around with … Continue reading
Elegy from the misunderstood If, when you speak of me you don’t have something positive to contribute, please, oh, please… don’t pretend, by letting your tongue wag, that you actually understand. Just kindly recognize you dismissed me before you knew … Continue reading
This is the FOURTH photo in a series of previously unpublished photos that I am posting over the next several days to commemorate the first anniversary of our move from New York City to Miami and pay tribute to anyone … Continue reading