Today I am grateful for:
Posted in Buddhism, Gratitude, Non-fiction, Opinion, Prose, Theology
Tagged Buddhism, entropy, failure, fractals, piano, Terminal! the Musical!, universe, vibrations, words, zen
Fatigue is not a problem if you can keep moving. If you stop, like say at the corner of Cambridge and Desert Inn, waiting five minutes for the light to change so you can cross in 100 degree heat, lethargy starts to seep into your bones. It’s the thighs at first: they’ve been working hardest. Your calves feel it too but one rests while the other pushes.
You are coming to a close, o’ calendar mark of adversity.
When we beware the Ides of March it is because it heralds you,
You three-year memorably difficult month,
All challenges, all obstacles, all stumbling blocks,
All triumphed over,
Because April showers bring Mayflowers and pilgrims always struggle to survive.
This month I learned:
Posted in NaPoWriMo, Opinion, Poetry, Slam
Tagged adversity, April, challenges, end, month, napowrimo, obstacles, poetry, triumph
Posted in Fiction, NaPoWriMo, Opinion, Personal, Poetry, Slam
Tagged Academy., Deep Space Nine, fantasy, hope, napowrimo, nerd, Picard, poetry, real-world, San Francisco, slam, Star Fleet, star trek, Voyager
Posted in Love, NaPoWriMo, Non-fiction, Opinion, Personal, Poetry, Slam
Tagged awards, bucket list, education, fame, fantasy, Love, manifesting, napowrimo, napowrimo 2013, NaPoWriMo2013, reality, space exploration, travel, war, wealth, wishes, writing
I know I said I’d be password-protecting all my poems, but this one needs to be accessible to the troll it was written for. Please let people write without diminishing their self-worth: you don’t have to like everything you read, but you should treat all people as human beings.
Posted in NaPoWriMo, Opinion, Personal, Poetry, Slam
Tagged Frost, Ginsberg, napowrimo, napowrimo 2013, NaPoWriMo2013, poetry, Shakespeare, troll, Whitman
So – I have been keeping up with the Challenge but have been super-busy and under-the-weather. Took a health day today and stayed in bed (and on my computer) working. That “time-off” was well spent in that I now have Days 28, 29, and 30 edited and formatted, just waiting for your perusal! Like in all the other posts, read the play by clicking the title. Hope you enjoy!
Posted in #31plays31days, #31Plays31Days, Fiction, Love, Non-fiction, Opinion, Personal, Plays, Prose, Theology, World Events
Tagged #31plays31days, actors, auditions, Bible, blood, comedy, cum, damnation, death, Erica Griffin, eyes, fatherhood, fiction, fights, happiness, hate, healing, heart, heartache, hell, history, hope, humor, Jean-Paul Sartre, Judaism, Las Vegas, life, light, Love, memory, motherhood, mythology, No Exit, passion, personal, plays, religion, Satan, science, sex, skin, skin cells, sperm, Tarot, technology, theater, University of Pittsburgh, wisdom, writing