Category Archives: Life in general

Starved for Normalcy, a poem

Starved for Normalcy It is only in watching the Inauguration that I realize how starved I am for normalcy. To be able to see a human being who talks to us in actual sentences and doesn’t rely on the lie … Continue reading

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Inauguration Day 2021 – a poem

Inauguration Day 2021 Back in 2016, I recall fearing for our country. The unheard of landed with a resounding crash in the land of the free. A charismatic, for some, populist leader with fascist tendencies, a dictator wannabe, somehow succeeded … Continue reading

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Truth or Fake News, a poem

Truth or Fake News Truth? Does it yet exist? Is it as if it were a leaf on a tree and the fall sets in and the leaf drops? …and then the tree dies? Did the forest fire of Trumpism … Continue reading

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January in Chicago, a poem

January in Chicago Winter in January is bleak, gray, cold, cold with humidity, cold with wind, and even cold that might be dry. You never know what to expect of a January in Chicago. Maybe drifts of blowing snow, maybe … Continue reading

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Breaded Chicken

Am I the only one experiencing lack of good sleep these days? I don’t want to dwell on the political situation, but I knew, after the election, that it could be a long wait before things got better. That has … Continue reading

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