Social Distancing March to April— a poem

Ventured out to the grocer, A day four weeks past; Always responsible, Muzzled in a face mask. ~ I saw no single soul With a face-covering. Which is meaningless; Because I couldn't see a thing. ~ This is an understatement: I was discomposed. While my glasses fogged up. Hell’s fire burned in my nose ~ … Continue reading Social Distancing March to April— a poem

What is the Truth?

I will admit that I suffer from anxiety, the origin of which can be traced back to my mother’s uterus; it wasn't big enough and I was forced out. Since then I’ve wondered, what does the future hold? Who, what, where, how, why, and when can I take another Xanax? Not knowing what is going … Continue reading What is the Truth?

We Can’t Have Nice Things

*This post contains language that might be considered offensive.At a time when United States citizens should be joining forces to fight for our democracy... um, you missed a spot. Applying ass-clown makeup is a group effort today. A poll taken a couple of weeks ago hinted that there might be a problem, and here it … Continue reading We Can’t Have Nice Things

The Numbers in My Head

I love language. Words fascinate me. They make me happy. My hobby is language. I’ve achieved varying levels of non-fluency and illiteracy in several languages. I like to break down words and sort their origins to Latin or Greek. I’m trying, and failing, to read Camus in French, and this is odd, but I have … Continue reading The Numbers in My Head

Giuliani’s Butt

In yet another story to file with the news that you can not believe is true, Rudy Giuliani's butt has been calling an NBC reporter who he had been in contact with (intentionally) several hours before. His butt left relatively long, damming voicemails in which he laments such woes as: “The problem is we need … Continue reading Giuliani’s Butt

Our House is on Fire

Current topics of discussion, as of late, have left me uninspired to write. The following joke is making the rounds: Q: What’s the difference between Trump and Greenland? A: You can't buy Greenland. The man who inspirits humor, among those who can still laugh, is not useful for much else, asking philosophical questions out of … Continue reading Our House is on Fire