Blowin’ in the [9/11] Wind

“How many roads must a man walk down Before you call him a man? Yes, ‘n’ how many seas must a white dove sail Before she sleeps in the sand? Yes, ‘n’ how many times must the cannon...

Our Children’s 9/11

We went from school to school, and community to community here in New York and New Jersey, and we collected real-life stories written by our children. These are their 9/11 stories. These are their...

An Illegal Alien in 9/11 America (short version)

MIRED IN A MAZE NOTE: This is a short version of the "Illegal Alien" story I posted earlier today. I hope you can circulate it among your friends' circle. Thank you. ________ Background: This racially-biased U.S. "Special...

A 9/11 Illegal Alien

Mired in a Miserable Maze Note: I had a chance to work for years with the lead characters in the following story. The story is adapted based on real-life advocacy work and interviews with lead...

Small 9/11 Stories

-One- Today, about two weeks before the tenth anniversary, I decided to start writing a few small things about 9/11, before the big, famous, not-so-big and not-so-famous took over the entire stratosphere. I thought my...

Englishmatics!

Englishmatics! It's that simple. Or, you can call it Englisharing. No, here it is: Speakometry. No? Want some easier to read, quicker to clarify, and less headache to walk home to bed (sex or no sex)? How...

Hello Faces!

Considering how much I write here and how little people read it, this is my newest gig -- live. It's short, slim, and in sequence. You might want to put up with this one,...

Pain Makes Me Not Me

(My Brief, Subcutaneous Dramatics -- reposted from Facebook) Pain has its special place in me. For one thing, it's always there. My pleasure dreams are the only exception. Even there...once in a while...pain sneaks in,...

OneFinalBlog

In OneFinalBlog, I primarily talk about feelings. I talk about feelings I analyze and express. I find the experience fun. In fact, it's more than fun: it's ecstasy (in a spiritual way). I invite you...

Old New Stories

This is my promised, short blurb for friends who promised to pause, and listen briefly. As some of you may have noticed, it's a repost from my Facebook notes. I don't have unlimited time, energy or...