Palestinians- Museum of An Extinct Race

We must expel Arabs and take their places." David Ben Gurion l937 There is a living museum in Israel called the Museum of an Extinct Race. The Israeli government seeks to commemorate a people … [Read more...]

Paradox of Bias

Paradox of Bias

  an African-American girl about seven and her mother at the theater next to me.   yet, I never want to consider that little girl as black, white or other … [Read more...]

Miss Liberty Raped

“Miss Liberty raped in broad daylight!” “Bruised, battered near to death!” screamed the headlines.   Low class hoods dressed in suits were seen as being in cahoots,   as … [Read more...]

New World Trump-dis Topia 11/10/16

Climate change? “We’ll burn so much coal that we’ll all look black.  Ya’ see? I’m a multiculturalist!” says the Trump with a cackle.   Federal Regulations? “Chop! Chop! Chop! This … [Read more...]

Sunny Side of Sixty – Traveling Europe & Croatia: August to October 2016: Intro

Sunny Side of Sixty – Traveling Europe & Croatia: August to October 2016: Intro

Wow -- southern Spain and Cordoba, Malaga, on to Edinburgh Fringe Festival,  to Milan and Venice, traveling through Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, and Romania.... Glorious fun, discover, play, tennis, … [Read more...]

“New World- Trump-dis-Topia 11/10/2016”

“New World- Trump-dis-Topia 11/10/2016”

“New World - Trump -dis-Topia” 11/10/16  Climate change? “We’ll burn so much coal that we’ll all look black.  Ya’ see? I’m a multi-culturalist!” says the Trump with a cackle.  Federal … [Read more...]

Thirst: A Novella of Love and Redemption

In the year of our Lord 1420, during one of the many plagues that rose from the swamps and fed its appetite for the dead, a syphilitic fog slithered in from the swamps, crept like a stocking-footed … [Read more...]

Death too Near

we too often live with the illusion of immortality   we can not visualize our end   then Death creeps in to kin or friend   too many people have died … [Read more...]

Imperative to Travel: Glasgow 31 August

I've traveled most of my life, in one way or another. As a poet and artist, my travels are of the mind and spirit. As a person, my wanderings have taken me around the globe. I could not imagine life … [Read more...]

Sleeping in the Graveyard of Glasgow Cathedral

Sleeping in the Graveyard of Glasgow Cathedral

The cathedral graveyard with its oaks and sinewy trees nestled with bones, a perfect place for my afternoon siesta next to the grave of John Williams and family who passed on over 200 … [Read more...]