Posts Tagged ‘word’

It Starts

17May16

It Starts it starts where it began, at the beginning. it starts when you make your mind up, and you give up it starts on your first move, you can’t choose it starts when you fail, now you’re in jail it starts when you are born, and begins at your death DISCLAIMER: All views expressed on […]


There was a rag, Low Expectations it was. Originally titled by a minister’s son. The rag held a tone, the tone of life. We were young. Life wasn’t wonderful, it was underwhelming and we didn’t have much to look forward to. What you expect of me will only disappoint. What you accept of me is […]


Is it the realization that we are not where we wanted to be? I’ve noticed many don’t seem to face reality and prefer hiding or burying the truth, thinking that issues would just go away. What ‘we’ don’t realize is that by burying our problems we’re actually planting them, watering them and giving them a […]


Fluidity. Flow. Dynamics and rhythm. The moment. The perception. Time. Papers, scientific analysis, theoretic philandering, musical composition, writing and poetry. It’s been said that ‘time stands still for no man’ and yet it seemingly comes to a standstill as we’re fixated on a particular moment. Time is absolute and yet the perception of time is relative. […]


What have we to fear? What can we do? What can we believe? What have we accomplished? What have we failed? What have we risen above? What have we cleared? What have we understood? What have we misunderstood? What have we become? What have we done? Oh, and what have we wrought? DISCLAIMER: All views expressed […]


Targeted!

21Aug13

Targeted! 20-years and counting… Ruled by intimidation. Method, unspoken and hidden agendas. Hide the intention and only reveal what is perceived to be relevant (even though the action may need to know the cause). The archer needs the target in sight before the arrow is set in flight.  Work is, well… work. “Work cannot be enjoyable; […]


We see what we want to see We’re all mistaken in what we see. What do we want? Why do we want it? Is it we or is it them? Isn’t it about ‘me? Who are they? Why aren’t we them? Completion is not invention or re-invention, but rather to finally be established and maybe even […]