Monthly Archives: June 2019

841 …and the giant came tumblin’ down. ” To bad. 6-16-19

If fate was fair, maybe he wouldn’t have been there, right on the spot where Little-David-play-on-your-harp’s stone caught him square above his nose, crushed his skull bone and drove the splinters into his brain so fast he didn’t have no … Continue reading

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840 Master Craftsman 6-14-19

It was clear to anyone watching which man was the master. As crystal as the Carolina Summer sky, stretched out, a turquoise canopy, high above the working men. It was not the owner of the mansion, peeking through the big … Continue reading

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839 Yes, She is my Grand Child 6-11-19

Truth be told, there is no blood to hold the iron scaffolding of family around us. She is wife’s daughter’s daughter. I own no provenance to prove that lauded connection, to claim her, “Of my blood-line..”. But she knows I’d … Continue reading

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838 Like Naan On The Water 6-8-19

She had been found by an army rescue team. She was wandering in the ruins of her village after the great storm and waves. She was brusied and tired. She wore a torn shirt and a pair of shorts and … Continue reading

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837 Darwin Smiles In Heaven 6-2-19

If heaven is just a hope, life is glorious but a hoax, a tease, a blink. But a life of love and laughter and, yes, trial and tears is layered thick with yet undiscovered meanings if its faith is fulfilled … Continue reading

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