Great-Grandmother

Grandmother mine,sweet touch of God.Reminiscing you me,never were at odds. Dear Father God myheart it beats off sound. My countenance low,I see only the ground. Sweet grandmother Ione day will see yourmother above cloudsfrom a love so pure.  (For my waiting Great-Grandmother. May you rest in peace. We will see each other again.) ———————————————————- I…

Gramps

There’s a grit to this man of God. That strikes no person but prods. For the stubborn, a champion king who with hands he could do anything. Construct a house, build a strong bed. Fish the streams he did so to keep fed. Found a bottle for the battle it inside, crept in the dark…

Birthday In Nashville (Small Slice Of Nashville)

For my birthday I got a very big surprise. You see, though I may live in East Tennessee, my family is from Nashville, the state’s capital. Nashville seemingly grows every week. Especially with it being a mecca for country music added with an NFL team, the Tennessee Titans, Nashville is growing faster every day. This…

My Trip Downtown

I took a trip downtown today. I had to get the type of license which would allow me to get on an airplane. I haven’t been on a plane in years but if I had to now I can. I was downtown in this building. It is known as the Old Courthouse. It is indeed…

Head Control

Saturate the eclipses, stir the heaven’s call. I know of ways of old, fall is calling my fall. When the season turns I can feel a soul earned. In the cold mountain my wise soul it does burn. I breathe smoke dragon call me unto blue sky I think the sense in me I could…

What Superheros Are Made Of

Ted Williams was a legendary baseball player for the Boston Red Sox. Not only that but he also proudly served in the military. He is the last baseball player to hit a batting average of over .400 in a season. Officially being the LAST player to hit over a .400 batting average by hitting .406….

Without Gloom We Wouldn’t Know What Good Days Are

I went on a walk today. There was a fog surrounding the whole area. I walked to the park. At 65 degrees it is the perfect temperature. Yet visibility was a little difficult at 100 yards or so. It was 7:30 am. I wanted to clear my head a little. There has been a lot…