Monthly Archives: April 2019

I AM NOT WHO I COULD HAVE BEEN

There was no grandfather there to watch me in the cradle — no grandfather to pick me up and hug me and whisper in my ear. Nor was he there when I became a toddler when he could have bounced … Continue reading

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HOLES REMEMBERED

It took two hundred astronomers with telescopes scattered over the world to photograph the now famous BLACK HOLE. Their fete will be long remembered in the annals of astronomical history. I who read about it on a newspaper’s front page … Continue reading

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LOSING SOUND

We who hear poorly often pretend that we grasp a word or comprehend a sentence when we don’t. Hearing words and knowing what they mean requires not oppnly linguistic knowlege but an ability to discern — an ability that some … Continue reading

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TENDING THIS MAN

Sometimes I push myself when I should and pUSH myself when I shouldn’t. But I don’t always know when I should and when I shouldn’t. I try to obey my body’s instructions but sometimes they seem so vague I cannot … Continue reading

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In Dreams

In dreams¬†sometimes I replay my past edited in ways that change it so that it may be only only close¬†to my actual history. There are also dreams of matters that must have happened to me when I was someone elseand … Continue reading

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