Welcome aboard! You will now begin your tour of categorical realism. Take your pick. Choose one or the other, but you cannot pick both. Hold on to your questions until the very end. Ambivalence will not be tolerated. Make a decision now, please! No time to waste. If you hesitate, you might forfeit value, acceptance, … Continue reading Neither Here nor There
Were you there when a defenseless man was pinned to the asphalt with a knee pressed down upon his neck? Were you there when a policeman knelt triumphantly on the neck of a dying man? Were you there when he pleaded for his life and exclaimed: “I can’t breathe”? Were you there when this agonizing … Continue reading Were You There?
Author note: Cindy believes that love is the answer and therefore asks every question she can come up with. In the asking there is hope and possibility for light and connection. In the writing below, Cindy converses with good friend and poet Sean Degnan. have you ever wondered what a subliminal space is like? like … Continue reading dh0 • 0yp
When I first met you, I was in the spring of life, immersed within the joy of my own naïveté. I looked at you with eyes that presumed to know you. I listened to you with ears that assumed to hear you. I read you with an inexperience that rushed to judged you. Do you … Continue reading Conversations
Its voice, relentless and intense, haunts me in the silence of night when no voice should speak.A whispering in my ear, insisting and provoking, one that neither comforts or soothes like those pleasant sounds that mark the birth of day.No, nothing welcoming comes in night’s bleakest hours. When thoughts linger and reason fails. The mind … Continue reading Anxious Age