Monthly Archive: August, 2014

Majestic Presence

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Originally posted on BHIB Equestrian:
Majestic presence, exertion framed in curving, flurried, sandstorm mane. by, Floridaborne

Identity crisis?

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I read over one of my older posts called “Trouble” and said, “Where did that part of me go?” Yes, I’m 64 years old.  No, I’m not dead yet, and yes I still… Continue reading

Politi-speak

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Finally, the light has dawned upon a mind much too comfortable with cloud cover.  For so many years, I’ve been trying to decipher what politicians are telling me.  After all, they promise to… Continue reading

Switzerland

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Mountain meadow cold August air freshens the sky leaving me breathless.      

A Dog’s Home

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What makes a home? Soft grass? Tall trees? A land alive with frogs and bees? . Is home a place where I feel free no matter where my heart may be? . What… Continue reading

Open letter of recommendation for my dental student

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To whatever dental practice it may concern: If you’re looking for a man who instills confidence in very difficult patients (like me). an artist with composite and whatever the stuff is that he… Continue reading

Science and God Haiku

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Science, a toddler explores earth, flora, fauna, often falling down. Old man religion praying for science to prove the truth about God. Religion Science erodes a 2-sided coin, proving man is flawed.

Horsey Haiku

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Originally posted on BHIB Equestrian:
Exhilaration in tandem galloping smiles accomplishment lives. by, Floridaborne

A Shady Haiku

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Another fun one to write.  

Words

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Words use me and I like  feeding on their joy. Words comfort me and I feel ageless. . Up or down I read them, turning the image  into mind and I feel no… Continue reading