Monthly Archives: March 2015

‘An ode to tools’

The proper tool in the palm of the hand is a most powerful thing. With a hammer you can build a mansion, or win her heart with a diamond ring. With pen-in-hand a passionate man can write a manifesto: which … Continue reading

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‘Cthulhu’s rise’

Seven miles down at the bottom of the sea The elder god awaits the next chance to be.  Impetus to reign disturbs Cthulhu in the abyss; to rise once again and rule with an iron fist.   Up from the depths … Continue reading

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‘The thing that creeps in the night’

   Anthony’s cell phone buzzed in his pocket. He glanced casually at the caller ID before answering; “Hey man! How have you been doing? I never see you anymore. Are you still working for the construction crew?”     “It’s … Continue reading

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1 year anniversary

Today is my one year anniversary of being on WordPress. After 194 posts (poems, essays, stories and jokes) I can honestly say it has helped me become better at expressing myself. The feedback has been immeasurable at giving me the … Continue reading

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‘The clutch of winter’

A feral wind blows through the valley. Cascading over and between the trees. It carries with it a deadly malfeasance. On wings of death: a malignant disease. The Reaper covets the old and weak. It’s blustery agent seizes fading souls. … Continue reading

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‘Ten-penny nails’

It’s a beautiful day for a funeral; ominous clouds blot out the sun. At the risk of appearing morose; who wants to be there? No one. Those present dressed in gloom. A heavy downpour sets the stage. Death weighs heavily on … Continue reading

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‘Destiny’s rule’

A tempestuous wind whipped up and an orphan feather drifted by. Taking it’s existence for granted,  never stopping to question why. It floated on an unknown mission  swirling ever upward to the sky. All at the fickle whimsy of fate,  … Continue reading

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