Always Remembered


I salute all those who served our country today. I am grateful for their sacrifice. I hope that as we celebrate today we remember that there are many others who sacrifice daily to keep us safe. God Bless America! I remember our adventures when we crossed the river and slipped on the moss covered rocks we laughed because one of us would always loose our … Continue reading Always Remembered

A tribute to my fellow bloggers


This post is dedicated to many of my fellow bloggers. I used the titles of their blogs to inspire my poem. My wish is to thank my fellow bloggers for their comments and support throughout my tenure here at WordPress. I hope no one is offended if I did not include them this time around. Once again thank you all for your support as I … Continue reading A tribute to my fellow bloggers

On Father’s Day – A Haiku and A Poem for You


A tall oak hovers high Sun rays slip through its strong limbs I remember Dad!   Remembering My Dad   My dad was not a very tall man. But he was tall enough to protect us from harm.   He was our sunshine, everytime he smiled. His kindness was eternal; He’d always go the extra mile.   He befriended those who seemed to need a … Continue reading On Father’s Day – A Haiku and A Poem for You

Time Is What We Make It


Time Is What We Make It Fifty-one years have passed since the assassination of Reverend Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. America lost a pure soul and a charismatic leader who tried to unite people. Many television programs devoted time to memorialize one of the true kings of justice and equality. His surname is such an appropriate fit. Someone said that “Dr. King is more alive … Continue reading Time Is What We Make It

On Father’s Day


I was thinking about my dad today most especially. I know many reading this blog have commented and written something about Father’s Day or  their respective fathers. I think about my father all the time. But today I wondered what he would say about all the stuff that is happening in our world. I know he was an environmentalist because he loved the earth and … Continue reading On Father’s Day

My Favorite Dr. M.L.King Quotes


“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character – that is the goal of true education.” “Have we not come to such an impasse in the modern world that we … Continue reading My Favorite Dr. M.L.King Quotes

A Tribute to the Fearless Father of Freedom


A Tribute to the Fearless Father of Freedom   There was a time when his people weren’t allowed to say his name Today they all sing and praise him in a glorious refrain In every church, synagogue and mosque His beloved people sing and call out For all the world to hear Madiba!  Tata! 446664!   He was born to lead From the moment of … Continue reading A Tribute to the Fearless Father of Freedom