Monthly Archives: August 2013

The power of tears

Do you ever wonder why we cry? I never did, no reason. I was the typical boy, after leaving childhood I rarely cried, sure severe pain might make my eyes water, but I just didn’t cry. To cry was a … Continue reading

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Don’t wait

Don’t wait to tell your kids that you love them, that you are proud of them. Don’t wait to hug and kiss them, to touch them as they leave for school. Don’t wait to realize that they are future, your … Continue reading

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Tears fall

Stop being such a crybaby. The zombie van (it lives on and on without ever dying) is filled with the left overs from my camping trip. I can’t get the energy to unpack. Doing so seems like I’m admitting failure. … Continue reading

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Clarity in a bottle

From the 38th floor Boston twinkles. I see the dome of MIT across the water and Copley Square below. Red and blue lights of the night twinkle a secret message of SOS to my mind. Blinking once and twice I … Continue reading

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Like Sitting in Church

Up most of the night tormented by ghosts, thoughts and desires. Walking down the street in Boston to Copley Square and into the public library. At home with the word, my feverish mind is soothed, just sitting inside the walled … Continue reading

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