When you consider it, closely, with fresh eyes, on a bridge in Paris one evening, the ability to forecast the … Continue reading Storms
If you type in ‘openure’ into dictionary.com, it will tell you, upon the press of the search button, that there … Continue reading Openure.
In my father’s archives there is press coverage of Richard Nixon visiting Burma in 1953. In fact, he stopped by … Continue reading Nixon, Obama And More Omens.
No more places to see, no more stops along the way. This was the last one, Angkor Wat. My father … Continue reading Last Stop.
Time to say good-bye? Really? Already? No. I just got here. We just met, you and me, you, a White … Continue reading Blood. Sweat. Love. Mud.
In The Alchemist, a suggestion from my good friend KB, Santiago works for a crystal merchant who has always dreamed … Continue reading The Long Road To Singapore And Burma
A bone fractured, snapped, cracked will heal and the place where it heals, will be forever stronger than the bone … Continue reading Taken.
My mother struggled for the last ten years of her life, struggled young, with cancer and Alzheimers and dementia. After … Continue reading Pause.
I see the men and the women come in, old man, I see them sit by you. I watch as … Continue reading What Does My Fortune Say, Old Man, What Does My Fortune Say.
Please forgive me If I act a little strange Music is a large part of a journey alone, any journey, … Continue reading Please Forgive Me.