Posts in category Musings and Wanderings

Commuting (A Poem)

Early morning Rise before the sun Shuttle, cold darkness Eyes closed   Sound of traffic Walk in the cold Wait for the train Minutes more   Frozen breath rises Get on the train Bell rings, doors close Find a seat   Screeching rails Train is silent Bundled, withdrawn Feeling fatigue   Station down below Crowds of people pres [...]

The Support

A poem. God provides the foundation On which our home is built A solid base that anchors it To soft soil or shifting sand Your strength is the structure That keeps this delicate form From blowing, washing away When the wind and rain come Your dedication is the frame That holds up this fragile life As it reaches toward heaven Buttressing its s [...]

The Adventures of Fishman (with Photo...

In keeping with the superhero theme kicked off by my interview with super author Kevin Rau, I’m updating a post I published in January 2005 called The Adventures of Fishman — this time with photos. May it inspire anyone with young children to turn their toys into characters of a story that will help parents have fun too. Whenever I play [...]