Slice of Life: Day 30

Like a pink petal which draws the honey bee to nectar, so the concrete pilings bring the captain to the center of the passage.  We approach simultaneously: train, water, boat and clouds. Wind, current, double containers.  All come together at this intersection. We shoot through the narrow way. The clacking, metal on metal, is overpowered … Continue reading Slice of Life: Day 30

Slice of Life: Day 28

Poetry and Water World After battling almost an hour of traffic, we made it to Metro Academic Studies down in Atlanta.  There is a weird thing where the closer you get to spring break, the worse the traffic gets down in the city.  Folks are either passing through or coming to town in the spring.  … Continue reading Slice of Life: Day 28

Slice of Life: Day 26

An Apology   Forgive me… I left the dishes in the sink, the laundry on the floor, and a pile of bills at the door.   There’s an iron ready to press your shirt, Nerf bullets strewn about the stoop, the chickens have escaped the coop.   But, the sound of an approaching rain brought … Continue reading Slice of Life: Day 26