Poetry Corner: What Was Once A Chore

Doing not what was once a chore I look out over misty hills of nevermore The fire whines and cackles with no spell to cast Left behind the world that demanded anything fast   No longer privy to the world of push and shove Spectacular and glorious isolation I seek to love Beyond my grasp… Continue reading Poetry Corner: What Was Once A Chore

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Poetry Corner: Charon Don’t Care

When the ferryman comes you better have the change in your hand There ain't no admittance to the poor man Old Charon don’t care about your demands and your old life is rapid is fading And the boat is leaving, leaving all your riches behind They ain’t saving your soul like you were saying And… Continue reading Poetry Corner: Charon Don’t Care

Monday Night Reflection – Ray Lewis

Many people won’t know who Ray Lewis is, they can Google and see he was an American Footballer playing Linebacker for the Baltimore Raven’s, and the story ends there. However, for many Ray Lewis is a familiar name. For some the story of Ray Lewis ends outside a night club with a fatal shooting, pop… Continue reading Monday Night Reflection – Ray Lewis