A gifted poet, he was every inch the artist.
At age fourteen he was lauded for his first poem.
Alexander’s temperament did not always serve
him well. He was quarrelsome and
uneasy from deep within. His lineage was abrupt
and well ensconced in the unknown
and this bothered him deeply.
At the ripe old age of 86 she lived a really full life
that spanned from the bottom of the bottom
to an awesome Rise.
Now she will be talking with God face to face.
Those are going to be some well attended conversations.
Probably have all present hanging on her every word.
Accomplishments too numerous to mention
Expert at grabbing life by the tail and hanging on for the ride
Expert at making some ‘kick a**’ lemonade when life handed you lemons.
I am glad I got to know you.
You will be missed.
time’s a wasting
release this longing
step right up and open your heart
children squeal and dash
through water drifting in air
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blossomed- ethereal beauty
basking in the glow
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KITE FLYING IS ON
TIME TO MEANDER THROUGH CLOUDS
WITHOUT LEAVING SOIL
This kite was the winner of the most unusual category at the
Austin Kite Festival at Zilker Park
a wondering wanderer
belonging no where
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Mass exodus on the Tappan Zee Bridge on a rainy Saturday afternoon
shifting humanity in a sea of automobiles
At their first encounter, she just stared at him
She spoke, no words come out.
He smiled. Oh my! That smile!
She looked behind her to see
who he was smiling at. There was
no one there. Her face got hot.
He chuckled. His eyes found hers
And stayed there.
elixir of life
Mother Natures biggest stick
molecules on glass