Your Best Friend If ever you find yourself being broken apart, Because the one you trusted has broken your heart, And all the time you find yourself crying, While on the inside you feel like you’re dying, Call me if you feel lonely, Come to me when your life needs to mend, From time to… Continue reading Your Best Friend
Gone Electric Our music choice was known as folk We all laughed at a knock-knock joke Acoustic was our favorite sound In D.C. The Beatles played in the round We cried when JFK was killed that day And why the war we asked LBJ Newport Folk Festival was going strong And Bob Dylan wrote our… Continue reading Poem: Gone Electric
The Family Reunion The setting was an old wood framed church house. Built on the crest of a gently sloping tree-covered hill. Its wood siding all faded and weather-worn. The brass church bell for years had been still. He walked up the hill to the church house. With each step, old long-past years reappeared. Soon… Continue reading The Family Reunion
What If There Were No C’s? What if there were no “C’s” to say with our A’s and B’s? What if all the C’s went out on strike? Tired of being seen by you and me as just average unlike the letters A and B. Now here is how your life might be if out… Continue reading What If There Were No C’s?
The Poem’s Inspiration I wrote the below poem several years ago. I began working on it one morning after listening to my parents and their friends discussing their dreams, what they hoped to do “someday.” All the men and women were in their late 70s to early 90s in age as they discussed their bucket… Continue reading We Never Lived in the Now
Going Out to Eat Sweetheart, do you have a preference on where we go out to eat? No. Anywhere you want is okay with me dear. Great, there is a McDonald’s Restaurant; they have a senior discount … Oh, but look, there is a Subway Restaurant; I think that would be better. Okay, Subway it… Continue reading Going Out to Eat
Coffee By Jimmie Aaron Kepler The timer starts the morning pot brewing where it greets me at the same time my alarm rings. The first cup hides my morning breath as it energizes the blood flowing through my veins enabling me to stumble to my car and drive to Starbucks for more. A sunrise latte… Continue reading Coffee