Category: Human Condition

Essays about the human endurement.

A Portal to My Mind

October 12, 2009 A Portal To My Mind I ask, “What is the meaning of life?” We live among so much meaninglessness, material things of a false value. Possessions of emptiness. We are but beings wandering paved roads, trying to justify ourselves and our… Continue Reading “A Portal to My Mind”

At Peace With Goodbye

June 2007 Remembering you is never enough to smother the flame above my heart, memories of what has been will never be suffice to subside my desire to touch you one last time. Photographs of you do your presence no justice, this paper form… Continue Reading “At Peace With Goodbye”

Knowing the Road Ahead

May 2007 Knowing the Road Ahead By the time I wake up, the sun has already begun to rise and cast its morning rays through my southeastern window. The sun is warm as it passes through the glass and onto my face. Everything is… Continue Reading “Knowing the Road Ahead”

The Starry Night

November 23, 2009 The Starry Night Surely it can be said that to study the stars is to study the very cells of a god. The more I have to come to lose myself in the deeper contemplation of the microcosm and the macrocosm,… Continue Reading “The Starry Night”

My Heart in the Sun

August 2008 My Heart in the Sun So long ago a journey to forget all the things that I had remembered, began with the kiss of poison in a cup.  Embarked upon in the name of hope and peace, like banners in the sky,… Continue Reading “My Heart in the Sun”