greed has no conscious the heartless bastards the hands of manicure nails are stained evil and dirty hiding safely in massive mansions with fancy cars big boats and private jets keeping it material too blind to keep it real dark wide eyes no more tears to cry no water to wash their clothes no water… Read More In the Shadows of Hell
Hi everyone, I’m stopping by this week to share what I saw in this picture. Praise, critiques and love welcomed. “Grammy, what’s this picture of?” “It’s where we swam back in 2017.” “It looks dirty?” Grammys’ face saddened. “When I was a girl it was beautiful. But people didn’t respect nature. There were oil spills… Read More Progress ~ Friday Fictioneer
Last Friday we received a notice saying the water and or electricity and gas may be turned off for two hours a day for about two weeks. So we prepare by making sure to shower Sunday night and storing water to flush and wash our hands with. It snowed Sunday night and we were sure… Read More Digging to China
The following is story written by my twelve-year-old grandson that’s in the sixth grade. I edited for him and emailed back to him so he can see the corrections. I was his age when I was bitten by the writing bug. He is so much more talented than I was. I am looking forward to… Read More Elements By My Grandson
Day 1 Monday Sandy came with destruction and pandemonium first blowing rain. Than shook the house with heavy wind. The trees were swaying furiously. I watched an electrical line that was connected to the house swing. I had a feeling that our lights were going to go out. After dinner we were nice and cozy… Read More My Hurricane Sandy Diary
Water by TheLantern from Diviant Art. What Cha’ Know? I know what I know. If you don’t know what I know, That’s okay. Because you know what you know, what I may not know. I don’t believe what you know. Until I know what you know to be true. You know what I’m sayin’. This… Read More What Cha’ Know?