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CHANGES

Changes. Transitions. From the moment of conception until our last breath when we make that final transition we are changing. We evolve and then we devolve. We crawl as babies because we can’t walk and I promise you I’ve taken … Continue reading

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The Way I See It

For the last couple of years I have noticed a discernible change in my vision. Strange “headaches” that just hit with an explosion behind my eyes. They wouldn’t linger. Just bam… and in a few seconds they would be gone. … Continue reading

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Warrior

A solitary tree stands on the hill It has stood for all time. It stands still. Its bark scarred. Its branches bare. The weary warrior will find slumber there. He drops his gear. He’ll close his eyes. He’ll just rest … Continue reading

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The Mid East Crisis Simply Explained

Everyone that knows me knows I am of middle eastern descent and feel passionately for the atrocities happening now. If you have ever wondered how things got this bad let me try to explain it from a different point of … Continue reading

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Where They’re At

For some reason, unknown to myself, I thought of a resident I was lucky enough to meet at the nursing home. This wasn’t a very old man. He was maybe in his early 70’s. He had dementia and would often … Continue reading

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Smile Martha Smile

When I was a little boy jumping off the stool I would do anything just to get a smile out of you Then I was a soldier floating on the clouds jumping out of airplanes just to make you proud … Continue reading

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what a man HE was

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Prep

In a conversation with my son one word brought a flood of memories rushing back. the word was homeless. I immediately thought of my mother and a ride we took. We pulled up to a busy intersection in Macon where … Continue reading

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Ave

I don’t write as often as I should. I just don’t. It seems I have fallen into the social media cycles of venting and expression and empathy and sympathy and even apathy because of saturation of opinions from all sides. … Continue reading

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Bird on a wire

I worked at the nursing home this weekend. I have taken some time off for various reasons and have genuinely missed being around those beautiful people. I’ve missed the staff as much as the residents. I’ve written before about the … Continue reading

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