You won't like this story... the main character is petty and vindictive, the good guy dies, and the plot revolves around one passive-aggressive toilet flush...
It’s time the castle crumbles. Shout ‘Hallelujah!’ into the night As the tired façade tumbles Letting in the dawn’s early light...
There’s an old guy who lives alone at the end of my block. I always thought he was odd, but now that I’m older, I think he was just lonely. Kenny Paulson had been retired for as long as I can remember. His wife, Laura, passed away a little over a decade ago. I was… Continue reading The Figurine
Over many long years, research into honey bees has grown exponentially and has resulted in many innovative enhancements in colony management processes. Over time, a considerable measure of information has been collected. The information gained was written in books so it may be shared among beekeepers, and, furthermore, recorded for future beekeepers to come. The… Continue reading Hope for Honey Bees!
What happens when you're being taken advantage of in the workplace? Many people have joined up with Unions to prevent against issues like this. But, what recourse does one have when unionizing is out of the question, and you find yourself facing ridiculous working conditions? This was the case for the SkyLab 4 crew in… Continue reading The Great Space Strike of 1973
Rose-colored curtains fluttered in the breeze. The open window faced a bright green lawn, split by a curved, stone walkway. The path led up to the front porch, where a mahogany double-door gleamed in the early morning light. Lying there, in the grass near the door, was a woman. She looked to be sleeping peacefully,… Continue reading Hekate’s 9th Key
Little people in little places, Wearing masks to hide their faces. Running 'round in circles they've lost their way. Fighting wars for money but the kids can't pay... So there's little hope for the little people. Cause there's too much blame goin' a-round. So much hate - enough to drown. Is this all there is?… Continue reading Little People
Pine-sol scented floors shine up at me. No dishes in the sink; the house is clean - to a degree. I know it won’t stay that way, But, my job is done for today. As I meander throughout the house, Making sure all is well, Checking on my kids and spouse, My mind goes on… Continue reading A Sense of Adventure
I’ve mixed feelings about alcohol. But it’s usually just fine To have a beer on the weekends Or enjoy a glass of wine. But when the drink begins to change you, It’s hard to toe that line. If you wake up to the scent Of gin on your breath And all your money spent, Spiraling… Continue reading Know Your Limits