A Busy Week

"Ready? This is the next few days. So, there's food and drugs, and bullies two ways." "Okay." "YWCA wants a week without violence, don't we all. There's forest products, give smokey a call. Dyslexia reading, that makes sense.Infection prevention, sounds intense. Freedom of speech, an obvious one. Business women, that sounds fun. There's safety for … Continue reading A Busy Week

Children’s Rhyme: The Magic Whale

I'll tell you the tale of how we set sailIn search of the great and magical white whaleOur port of call was his home in Mocha BayMy entire life changed that fateful day They warned us that we best bewareBut there was no way to possibly prepareYou see, things aren't what they seem to beWhen … Continue reading Children’s Rhyme: The Magic Whale

Senryū: Poor depends on who is Counting

poverty still existscivilized world a deceptionmankind remains poor International Day for the Eradication of Poverty “Poverty is like punishment for a crime you didn't commit.” — Eli Khamarov Other Observances of Note: Clean Your Virtual Desktop DayNational Edge DayNational Fetch DayNational Mulligan DayNational Pasta DayNational Pay Back a Friend DayNavratri And to all you Spaghetti … Continue reading Senryū: Poor depends on who is Counting

Cracks

Weakness splayed across the desert skinWhere cracks widen with devilish grinsThe porous drought stricken plain crumbles Braced against the ever present rumble There the earth swallows the unworthyUnwanted, malnourished, slaves of adversity Gone. Born solely to suffer a foreign sinA cavernous tremor ripples from within'I a mn e a rd e a t hI c … Continue reading Cracks