Monthly Archives: January 2011


Write those words to last forever In prose or poet form. Hope to be remembered When your life is done? Will good deeds be forgotten; Or remembered for the heroes? Many things to ponder As we face our life ahead.

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Snow Haiku

Snow blankets the ground. When the white beauty melts away Flooding all around.

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Winter Solitude

As snow blankets the ground and shimmering ice crystals hang down – I dream of warmer days and sacrificed camaraderie. This snow so white and beautiful — Its treachery disguised — Lures people to impending doom for they fail to … Continue reading

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True Grit

The Coen Brothers recently released their movie version of Charles Portis’ 1968 novel True Grit, and it’s a blockbuster.  Who would have thought Jeff Bridges could play one of John Wayne’s iconic roles so well?  It just goes to show that … Continue reading

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Memories Are Made Of This

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a photographic memory?  Boy!  Do I ever wish I had one now.  You see, I’ve been attempting to memorize my part in our local theater’s upcoming production.  I know I’m getting older, but really … Continue reading

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Signs, Signs — Everywhere A Sign

As I reflect on this past year I realize how fortunate I am.  I’ve had four shots in my right eye for macular degeneration and now realize that it was just plain luck — or maybe miracles — that have … Continue reading

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Epiphanies and Zombies

As you probably already know Zombies are the “in thing” these days.  I have no idea when zombies replaced vampires, but somehow they did.  That’s not really very interesting if you’re like me and really don’t care that much for … Continue reading

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