“Me and My Shadow-Drone” By Gary Corseri Me and my Shadow-Drone went “walking” down the lane. “If you wouldn’t mind,” I told the Drone, “I’d really like to be alone….” “Computing…,” said the Drone— making some computer noise– “You are unhappy with our present arrangement?” (There was just enough of the […]
Living in the Last Days….
A poem for Lynne, October 1939-March 2017
Leader Khamenei stressed a “dignified” response to threats and bullying.
I expect these two men to cooperate — Johan Galtung
We live in an Age of Distractions–false premises, false promises.
Look for substance, and you will not find it. It’s a mirage. A chimera. It’s smoke in your hands.
I think it’s outrageous that Black voters would be the deciding factor in support of Hillary Clinton’s limp campaign. — Cynthia McKinney
Not a question, not an opinion expressed about recent riots in Baltimore or Ferguson, Missouri or the very questionable deaths of Michael Brown, Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray, Samuel DuBose
Koto strings are plucked briskly, violently, then are still. The shakuhachi lingers, fades…
GAZA WRITES BACK is one of those very rare books that depicts war in slow motion.
I’ll Take Down My Flag, When You Take Down Yours!
Dylann Roof is responsible for his unconscionable crimes. But, so is the society that spawned him.
Where… between this moment–and timelessness?
Why is this world so sad? Do you have a religious answer? A faith-based answer?
Americans have been “sold” on war since our colonial days.
War is a horror. Always. What am I doing to stop and prevent it?”
Americans need to understand that they have lost their country.
“Only that day dawns to which we are awake.”