Tag Archives: Reflection

Colder After Midnight

Is there a plan Is there a point What if these days never count What if they just continue to mount As I sit here and wait I cannot stay warm I cannot be moved All I can do Is … Continue reading

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Chew On This

Okay, let’s talk. Yesterday my good friend, Raman, guest posted on my blog. We’ve known each other in real life for almost five years. You should probably read her post – The Childchewer – if you haven’t already, because this … Continue reading

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Dove

We are here again it’s the last day of a few more hours ’til we let the dove fly away, so it can be free clearing the future for you and me.

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What You Needed

The mirror is on top of you again Can never see yourself from afar Your heart beats fast like mine Just hold on until midnight, it’ll be fine Do you want to be found Or just need a reason to … Continue reading

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Five Games In

The Toronto Maple Leafs are five games into their annual quest of getting my hopes up, only to crush my dreams in May – or dare I say, June? Man, if the Leafs are still playing in June, that’ll mean … Continue reading

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O Captain! No Captain!

No, this post isn’t about me, but if you stick around long enough, it eventually will be. Yes, the title of this post was inspired by┬áDead Poets Society. No, I have not seen the movie. Yes, I’ve watched the scene … Continue reading

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Somewhere Else, Tonight

It all comes down, eventually the tape, the nail, the paint everything can be put in a box here, use this bag we will hide the things you do not need in drawers, in closets, in the back of your … Continue reading

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27

My birthday was on Sunday. I turned 72-years-old. More on that later. In the days leading up to my birthday, I realized I don’t like the number 27. It’s too close to 30. At least when I was 26, I … Continue reading

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Less Than One

I don’t know if these words work do I dig a hole and make things worse sometimes some things are perfect and then I come here There’s a lonely place where we all reside the empty space we spend forever … Continue reading

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To The New Desk Chair In My Life

To the desk chair it most definitely concerns: Please note, this is not a letter. This is more of a notice. A warning, if you will. Actually, that’s a bit too catastrophic. I see the word “warning” and I think … Continue reading

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