- It all started with Jurassic Park (hence the T-Rex in the header). That novel introduced me to the wonder of books. A dinosaur story led me to the written world of Michael Crichton and I've been a reader ever since. Then, in 2009, I was encouraged to write my story - a memoir of my days as a college football player. Excited about the destination but intimidated by the journey, I sat in front of my computer, the only one awake in my sleeping house, and began Discovering Writing. More...
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Anxiety called out, “It’s time.” Like Jesus in Gethsemane, the weight of the Genesis three promise – personal pain for another’s life – pressed in. Her body trembling, retching. Courage pushed on. Fear arrived and took up her cross. Like … Continue reading
This was originally posted on one of my other blogs, Nobody’s Normal. You can read the brief narrative of how it came to be here, but I wanted to republish it at Discovering Writing because it’s fruit of my deepening … Continue reading
Today is my sister Gina’s birthday, and I’ve written her a few poems. Gina’s Haiku Colorado was invaded by Gina and never the same Gina’s Cinquain Gina Older sister She shares my love, Roma’s In Augusta, two slices each Sausage … Continue reading
I’m Like Nate. Happily existing. Comfortable. Taking it all in. Well, not all. I have no concept of all. Nate lives in a world with boundaries. Ends. Walls. Capacities. He thinks he knows all. He’s ignorant of his ignorance. Nate lives … Continue reading
Robert Frost culminated his adored poem with the following, Two roads diverged in a wood, and I– I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference The poem encourages people to avoid following the crowd, … Continue reading