Do you ever sit back and think about the common everyday things that are now a thing of the past? For instance, a pay phone! Always having a quarter on hand was important in my younger days, because what if you were out and needed to make an emergency call? I can think of several other items we no longer use, but this one got me thinking the other day as I saw a VERY old pay phone stand with a decommissioned phone still inside. How will the next 20 years prove to elevate itself and make this current generation feel in its advancement?
Thanksgiving is approaching fast here in the states and many of us will feast on the traditional holidays foods. Get out and get your coffee now to help fuel your mind while we are all entwined by family/loved ones, while we all give thanks for our blessings….. Continue reading
Your prison, unable to penetrate
The desire to become your cellmate….
I’ll be your criminal as long as you are my alibi
Looking unto the sky….
Freedom rings they say
Each day becoming such a cliché
Eyes now close….
Clinching from you, my lethal dose Continue reading
My hands flow above me, as I twirl around with my goodies I have collected from my travels.
Sunlight dropping in, shining brightly within my room.
My suitcase with clothes strown about the couch, all unraveled.
I finally settle, a long day it was and realize it’s quiet as a tomb….. Continue reading