Monthly Archives: July 2012

Forward of my soon to be released Kindle book, ” Pastime, a baseball story”


The Game Baseball, like life itself, is an immaculate web of interconnected moments. The game pulses like the coiling and releasing of an enormous hundred movement watch. First there is a slow gathering of attention, a winding made up of … Continue reading

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Excerpt from my book, “867-5309/jenny, the song that saved me”. About my dad and mom


The Radio.. my childhood room and my dad and mom … Wolf spiders. Wolf spiders on my blankets. They look like scaled-down tarantulas, chopped and channeled like tarantula hot rods, but unlike their lumbering bigger cousins, wolf spiders are frantically … Continue reading

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excerpt from ‘867-5309/jenny, the song that saved me’ : My mother passes away, 1969


My Mother passes away There was a note from my father in the mailbox at 96 LaVerne early one July morning in 1969. It said: Your mother died this morning. He didn’t knock on the door or call. I stood … Continue reading

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Merlin the Archer: Winter and Death- Stonehenge and Sacrifice


Winter and Death In the late summer, when the plains were golden with the stalks of the dried grasses and the leaves beginning to get brittle and lose their green in the chill of the mornings, the sun shone through … Continue reading

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Merlin the Archer: Moving the Stones, the People: Building Stonehenge


Building Stonehenge It felt good to moving again. After all, we were men unencumbered by women or children. We had only our three ponies, which Finn named Teti, Pepi, and Nefer-kah, in honor of our Egyptian masters. Finn took a … Continue reading

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