I thought you’d eventually give it up. I never said I would. I thought you’d move past it or through it I never said I could.
Even when I am completely sure About what I see I could be completely wrong — About the poem: Have you ever heard the story about the blind men who were all standing around an elephant. Each described what they felt from their perspective: a long trunk, a tail, a wide side. The […]
An easy answer But is it the right answer? Can’t ignore the truth Can’t stomach it Knowing It’s a little wrong – About the poem: I’ve found that my most important ethical choices are often not the big ones, but the multitude of small and medium-sized ones. I was recently offered a job at […]
Not even green Is black and white .. About the poem: When I first thought of this poem (or it was delivered to me, whatever!), I was thinking about how in a situation, rarely do people see it the same way. So, maybe I’m not so goddang right as I’d like to believe. (Uh oh, […]
Flaming emails Snappy hot nit-picky comments Smoking accusations about right and wrong Impassioned, burning tirades Storming in Stomping out None of these Can hold a candle To sitting (Not smoldering) Just Witnessing Observing Then speaking calmly A little Letting the fire die down Being slow to argue .. About the poem: Arguing is such […]