Tag Archives: knowledge

The Helpful Humans of Crossing Bedlam

I was thinking about the post-apocalyptic and post-disaster stories that I’ve read, seen, or even heard about over my lifetime.  One thing has struck me as odd.  In most of these scenarios, the majority of humanity are self-centered, destructive, untrustworthy, … Continue reading

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Scholar Flies

They emerged Upon the start of all Born from the corpse Of a timeless void Murdered By the opening of history Called the Scholar Flies They form the greatest swarm Releasing a thunderous hum As if they are pondering All … Continue reading

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Guest Post by Sally Ember: Skills I Don’t Have

Skills I Don’t Have by Sally Ember, Ed.D. Thanks to author and blogger, Charles Yallowitz, who was my guest on Episode 9 of *CHANGES* conversations between authors and is in my Guest Bloggers’ Hall of Fame, for inviting me to … Continue reading

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How Many Lost Words?

How many tales have been lost? To history’s brutal ways Burned for blasphemy Torn apart by fear Never to return to the page Knowledge buried So deep it suffocates to death Stories shredded Cast to the winds and tides All … Continue reading

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