Monthly Archives: April 2014


Whether we are alcoholic, diabetic, catatonic, disease is a legacy we’re given.  What part our choices play in this is not resolved by MRIs.   By their deaths I was from family members disconnected through the same disease connecting me.  … Continue reading

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Spring may be finally here. Our long-lingering winter is lingering still, but the sun’s becoming persistent. The other evening, I was driving toward my house. The sun was still out. Three skateboarders were on three skateboards. A woman was jogging. … Continue reading

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Recently I wrote a short story involving Ernest Hemingway’s story “Soldier Home”. In my story a person rereads Hemingway’s tale on the eve of America’s second Iraq invasion. He reads of the losses a World War I veteran has experienced, … Continue reading

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