Tell you what. There are young Europeans and Americans who will be upset about Notre Dame burning to the ground. But do you know what would really upset them more? If Disneyland Paris had burned down. I’m sure, students from… Read More ›
Buddy with no Name
My little friend pops up from time to time for a nibble.
He has no name. He just sits there and focuses on the job at hand.
There’s something very sad about this but it’s very true.
Hollywood was a different place in the first half of the 20th century. Great movies, decency, modesty but powerful storylines and brilliant actors. And they did all the stunts themselves. We will never get back to the good old days,… Read More ›
Star Wars Whim
MGM Hollywood at Disney have had their old Movie based attractions pulled out to make way for more Star Wars rides. There was, until a couple of years ago a shop at the entrance that sold old Hollywood memorabilia. Where… Read More ›
When I experience hurt I indulge In magical thinking. Very annoying For others, Unfamiliar with the technicalities Behind my tricks. He or she May say, That “I” am mistaken in my observations. But with the wave of My… Read More ›
Water and Ice
I recall a short story I had written in school back in Scotland looking out of our window at the whirling snowstorm blanketing our streets, roofs and gardens. We were young. My teacher said we could reach for the stars…. Read More ›
Wandering between two points With no other exit plan Wondering if I Will ever see the light of day Again Even though The sun is covering the earth In sweet golden light I am trapped between coordinates I put in… Read More ›
You Can’t Make It Up
I try to think Of happiness, As a concept Encapsulated in its own image. And laughingly believe I’ll be happy, Just by bringing to mind The thought, That thinking happy thoughts Would then follow Without effort And all would… Read More ›
Through orange heights, Through turtle doves, And through the alleyways, I see the love That hope enshrouds Descend and take away The thoughts I had of one I love A city far but near And in its grasp A… Read More ›