Monthly Archives: July 2016

A MOST PLEASANT DIRGE

There’s a poem tearing chunks out of my heart. A need, a fiery need to craft words That will ensnare and capture your soul. To define, to limit, to bind, to possess all that is you. Each touch, each caress, … Continue reading

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MELANIA’S SPEECH

Let the dirty tricks begin. The not so secret “secret” is out.  Not only do they not write their own stuff, they often don’t even read it until it is presented on the teleprompter. In a simpler age this would … Continue reading

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LOVE IN A CHEMICAL RUSH

We met in a bar near Columbus Circle And spent a weekend together. It was dopamine at first glance. Followed quickly by serotonin and adrenaline. From Friday to Monday, our synapses awash, We held onto each other and secreted the … Continue reading

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EATING DEMOCRATS

As the political primaries draw to a close and what promises to be one of the most heated election cycles in US history begins to unfold I am reminded of the words attributed to Judge M.B. Gerry who presided over … Continue reading

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WHERE’S THE LOVE?

It is infinitely better to demonstrate love but never articulate it than it is to articulate but never demonstrate.

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SHOULD JUSTICE BE ALLOWED TO PEEK?

The July 11, 2016 edition of the Houston Chronicle carried an interview with Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, written by Adam Liptak.  Below is a short sampling taken from the article followed by a copy of a letter I … Continue reading

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A PARADOX IN THE ENCHANTED FOREST

One hundred years she has slumbered A crystal box her narrow bed. One hundred years she has waited For a princely kiss to restore her. At long last her prince arrives, His form a frog, cruelly enchanted as well. She … Continue reading

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