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The Wire - Roots and All The telephone cord twists wistfully From the phone by my bed. It crawls through my sister's room, Through the floor and into the wall. Free from the house it travels under the ground, Joins an electric wire river. From there I know not where it flows Only that at … Continue reading The Wire
Ravens - Chad Bonaker - Photoshop Collage I see ravens in her eyes Thoughts which flutter Weighing down a free soul. They scrounge and scatter thought She gives them nothing, yet they feed. She Hates the dark ravens. I've seen the ravens. I've tried to get away. They long to live in my mind. Prejudice … Continue reading The Ravens
Brian Gawor is the Vice President of Research at RNL, a company focused on helping Institutions of Higher Education with fund raising and enrollment. Stealing from his Bio we know that Brian has 20 years of higher education experience in student affairs, enrollment management, alumni engagement and development. His efforts supported the achievement of record … Continue reading The Giving Geek – Brian Gawor
It's been a long time since I wrote a parenting blog post. I can't say why, for certain, I stopped writing them. Part of the reason was that I felt that I really didn't have that much to contribute to the conversation about parenting. Sure, I can assert my opinion on parenting and pretend I'm … Continue reading A Parenting Blog – A Long Break
The Weight - Butterflies Butterflies move through my vision, Swirling, Swishing wings beat, Fluttering thoughts touch lightly Upon my hyper tense unconsciousness. I reach out and try to clear them, But the former nymphs land upon my hands. How can something so light, weight so much? I'm thrust from sleep, Flushed and Exhausted. The Weight … Continue reading The Weight
Old Elephant - Thing #2 Comfort Standing silently in solitudeThe shape watches, half revealed in the moonlight. Like a sentry, it waits patiently In the gentle dark of midnight. He stands guard in the shadows On a shelf, out of the way And always he keeps his vigil Over my sleep until the day. Most … Continue reading The Old One
Have you ever wondered how justice is served in rural Alaska. Well, you’re in luck. Today’s guest is a Magistrate in the furthest north you can travel and still be in the United States, the honorable David Roghair. Dave provides a unique perspective on the challenges faced in many rural locations around the county, specifically … Continue reading Alaskan Justice – Magistrate Judge – David Roghair