• Archive for October, 2011

    Hold my hand

    by  • October 26, 2011 • Poetry • 8 Comments

    “Fear the numbness of lost feelings!” Gather my pain And write me A smile That stays with me For a heart beat That warms me For a while Push me To the edge Of never Together With my lonely soul I’ll taste ever Forever Pull my shades I yearn for the sun For days with […]

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    Mommy – Where’s Daddy?

    by  • October 17, 2011 • Life • 5 Comments

    I was born and grew up one-half mile away from the Indianapolis 500 track.  And, there were three drivers who spent the month of May with us during the years 1949 through 1952.  Those three drivers were my first heroes – Walt Brown, Bill Schlindler, and Lee Wallard.   Lee and his family spent the […]

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    State Of Mind Your Own Business

    by  • October 9, 2011 • Daily Matters, Life • 4 Comments

    With so many phrases describing it, it is a common phenome that might happen to you and me at any morning! Call it whatever you like: Waking up on the wrong side of the Bed: Which side is right? Stopped by Napa: In reference to Sour Grapes. Hair Across Your Ass: Need I say more? […]

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    My name is Politics

    by  • October 6, 2011 • Poetry • 5 Comments

    Hi there, My name is Politics I wear it Loud and Proud I am the blood Of heretics I am the opium Of the crowd Many tried to Tame me With logic With words of wisdom You say You know me I say Huh…Very seldom I create storms In a coffee cup You would Tell […]

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