Tag: death

Blast from the past

14 September, 2015 (12:00) | Dreams

Today is Wednesday, October 16th, 2012.  Last night, I had a dream where I was riding in this new train system.  It was massive.  There were 3 or 4 cars and each car was about 50 feet wide.  It moved at high speeds on a single narrow track that was easily installed all over a city […]

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The immortal man

30 July, 2013 (21:42) | Memories

I’ve got a bunch of weird emotions going on right now.  I don’t want to say “I lost someone today.” That sounds too self-centered.  Especially since I haven’t talked to my dad’s friend for almost 10 years.  But, how do I explain this feeling of loss? I don’t think he knew how much I revered […]

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26 January, 2012 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

A killer returns to his father only to shed tears A soldier returns to his father only to tell of his fears A lawyer returns to his father only to share his lies Because amends must be made before my father dies A lover returns to his father to share what he scorns A doctor […]

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A Son’s Shadow of a father

29 December, 2011 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

Like a son without a father Like a father without a son Like a tombstone without a grave Like a grave with out a tombstone I will march forward and be brave I will stand alone I will be that landscape blotter Until the end has come  And we will continue on our lives […]

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Hall’s Rule of Social Order #15

28 November, 2011 (12:00) | Hall's Rules of Social Order

Friends are replaceable.  Family, is not. If you lost a family member, you will never be able to fill that void.  All you can do it learn to ignore it and remember them.

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24 November, 2011 (12:00) | Wax Poetic

Cry That is all you know Knees to the floor And away you go   Wide eyed Reach out to touch Giggle a little bit You’re impressed by so much   Scared Who are these others? Why are we all here Instead of home with our mothers   Accepting Fragile, but developing a core Understanding, […]

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