Monthly Archives: March 2016

OUT OF MY HEAD RADIO with ADAM GINSBERG

Are you ready to have your mind blown? Can you handle total coolness wrapped within interludes of killer tunes? If you dare to be entertained, listen to the forever creatively eclectic, the great Adam Ginsberg’s OUT OF MY HEAD RADIO! … Continue reading

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Nature

Nature beauty knows not what eyes see heart never feels a gentle breeze light and shadows captured in time God’s greatest gifts the visually sublime Copyright © 2016 Ron Shaw Photography by J. Robert Sosby of Atlanta, GA Poem by … Continue reading

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LET’S TALK by Dorothy May Mercer

My very good friend, prolific author and boutique publisher at Mercer Publications, Dorthy May Mercer of Michigan has written a new book entitled LET’S TALK that is an admirable beginning for an open discussion about race relations around the world. This is no easy … Continue reading

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TraVerses: Poems by Ron Shaw

NEW RELEASE! TraVerses: Poems by Ron Shaw This is a collection of poems that are heart-wrung and soul-filtered. Poetry commands the singular ability to lay one prostrate and bare before the reader, giving safe refuge to words and thoughts of … Continue reading

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Courtesy

Here’s an unusual and possibly, quirky poem for your enjoyment, hoping you practice it already. The following poem should be read in rhythm with “Almost Cut My Hair” (Extended Version) by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Like jumping rope, during … Continue reading

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Death

Death  melody fades in silence snow falls final kiss love’s embrace tendered familiar faces surround awaiting candle’s last breath flickering now feigned smiles with tears bearing the pain quiet whimpers accompany beauty finally on its path home Copyright © 2016 … Continue reading

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Devastation

Devastation Cascading rain pounded the city, the sullen sky showing no signs of closure. Soaking wet, covered in mud, and devastated by Mary’s death, Paul drove away from his shattered dreams with her wedding surprise ablaze and his only love … Continue reading

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Quest

Quest Each day a kind and wise old man sat for hours on his favored bench resting on a round park in the middle of a quiet, quaint, small, town square.   Some traveled from far and near, seeking knowledge … Continue reading

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Fabulous Fay E. Simon

Mark Twain wrote, “When we think of friends, and call their faces out of the shadows, and their voices out of the echoes that faint along the corridors of memory, and do it without knowing why save that we love … Continue reading

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