With my son’s first birthday approaching, the following question came up. Should we surprise our other two children with small gifts for them too? My wife was the one who proposed this question to me and I instantly said. I enjoy seeing all of my kids happy and giving them stuff whenever I can. My … Continue reading Should Siblings Receive Presents on Each Other’s Birthdays, Yes or No?
Downtown train Motion came A city underground Some refrained Irreparable pain Loneliness came Passion the same Love lost Paid the cost A piece left behind Emotion contained Betrayal suspected An unfounded claim Trust lost Love tossed Regret and sorrow Pride to pain
We humans set up rigid lines Rigid times To be in control, I can't decide Life happens when it wants to In due time It ends when it wants to Often no with rhyme Life grows until it can no longer survive Not held by a perimeter Or deterred by a guide Control, a lie … Continue reading Time, our most valuable resource
A dog sees a stuffed dog in the arms of a while baby riding on a train I know he wants to take it His eyes bulge He licks his lips His eyes are laser focused “Maybe I can just jump out of this stupid bag”, he thinks, being held in a woman’s arms “I’ll … Continue reading The dog and the stuffed dog
A path chosen The illusion of choice A deep groove carved into ancient stone Trajectory is instilled Choice remains, though left to the individual To remain inert, or to fashion the valley An unabating force A lineage of paths Leading to actuality
I know my heart will be broken, when you walk out the door To live the life I hoped to give you I love you all the more