Monthly archive for ‘ June, 2015 ’

Slivers of life

26th June 2015 | 0 Comments

summer sun, bronzed skin black, white, red and silver, spinning around my body green all around late night whisky, souls meeting laughter, joy, music stolen kisses, random encounters friendly routine, building connections delving into minds, sharing realities Tuesdays suck touches of family life a great friend discovered wonderful feelings closeness, reality, depth past, present, future […]

A note on passions

22nd June 2015 | 0 Comments

Why do our passions seem to fade as we age? One of the things that I love the most about spending time with children is how they are passionate about everything, everything is new to them, their little minds scream out for discovery and they see the beauty and joy in whatever they come across. […]


13th June 2015 | 0 Comments

I’ll admit, as a former white guy, I never quite grasped the importance of representation, and not just representation, but positive representation. For the record, in this entry, I’m talking specifically about representation in the media. We’ve all seen the token people of color in movies and TV shows, never important characters, usually fairly deficient […]


4th June 2015 | 0 Comments

A glance eyes lock a slight smirk gliding by, neck craning to follow the moment passes thoughts tumble energies entwine return a smile cheeks flush names exchanged her hand, like silk sipping nervously on a straw, bubbles rise a word, a laugh, an invitation dance alone and together the distance between, ever smaller sweat mingling, […]