After rabble rousing speech,
Which of fraud did preach,
Some defied idol’s electoral fate
Wanting to keep America great.
MAGA thugs, two thousand or so
Crusaded against democracy’s “foe.”
Lawmakers running to escape
Norms shattered, mouths agape.
Several hour traumatic assault
For my first post of 2022, will I talk about history, politics, the environment?
Surprisingly, none of these. Let’s take a Segway-sorry, segue- from the usual topics into the world of professional sports, and the unique individual named Antonio Brown, nicknamed “AB” and “Mr. Big Chest.” …
As 2021 draws to a close, I want to reflect in both prose and poetry.
Per every other year, I wish I would’ve written more-I had an initial goal of 100 blogs and I wrote about half. When you’re ‘adulting’, we all know how hard time is to come by.
’Twas the night before Christmas and contrary to demand
There were thousands of flights which would not land.
Friends and family wandered airports cold and alone
As they thought ‘I’d be home if I could’ve flown!’
The culprit for slowing holiday’s travel pace?
Omicron variant spreading in confined space.
An infectious disease called corona
Swallowed up 2020 like the whale did Jonah.
2021 saw the spread of multiple vaccines
As of yet, they haven’t altered any genes.
61% of Americans have been twice poked
Yet to the virus we are still somewhat yoked.
The newest variant dubbed ‘omicron’
Friday, November 19th, 2021.
Another controversial verdict. The country braced itself.
Thankfully, it mostly came to pass.
Two days after Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges for his actions on August 25, 2020, protests have been sporadic and peaceful across the…
Through all history’s stages
Battle scenes play out
Through glossy, thick pages
Men called to war remain stout.
With swords and shields
Across mountains and plains
Across forests and fields
Gripping horses’ reins.
With cannons and hulls
Under storm and clear
Under pelicans and gulls
Gripping helm and pier.