An unconventionally-stylized poem, inspired by my late father. For better or for worse. You were fractured by your life and Barely held together by An invisible outer layer like Tempered glass but icier With all of your sharp edges Still in evidence in The way you talked, The way you walked, and The slap of… Continue reading You Were (12.14.17)
Osiris came into my life in 2002. I sat on the concrete patio at the house of a friend of a friend, encircled by mewing 8 week-old kittens. After a couple of minutes sitting there, one kitten climbed onto my leg and sat there, staring into my soul. The first thing I noticed wasn’t his… Continue reading Eulogy For A Jerk
You no doubt know already, the lead singer of Linkin Park, Chester Bennington, died yesterday after losing his battle with depression. It’s been particularly sad for me because not only did LP’s music touch my life significantly, but because it reminds me of my own struggles with depression. It’s also a hard reminder that many… Continue reading R.I.P
Hello, friends. I posted a couple months ago about my new “hobby”: listening to podcasts. In no particular order here are several more which I discovered after that original post. Yes, I know that these aren’t new (with the exception of one title), but they are all awesome in their own way. Hello From The… Continue reading What Has it Got in Its Ears?
Originally posted on Lies Jack Kerouac told Me:
While the rest of the blogging world tackles the A to Z challenge, Almost Iowa has thrown down one of his own. Here, then, is my entry in his My Stuff Challenge… Spring has arrived on the Front Range, and with temps in the 70s it’s time to…
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And it has nothing to do with your software. It has to do with your new ad campaign, which I happened to see while I was at the gym last week. Here’s the gist: brilliant young girls express their ambitions to cure cancer and explore outer space and play with the latest in virtual reality tech.…