Unexpected, the slow wakening from slumber so deep, That moment, when you do not hear the world, fear not the world, see not the horrors, Just that moment, when your dreams have slowly withdrawn their fingernails and your waking has not been assaulted with the screeches of mankind. A Moment cradled with no worries, no … Continue reading A Moment With Peace
Introductionby Jake Willardauthor and surgeon Hello Reader Underground publishing, has unique advantages for someone like me since I am now serving double life sentences in what we call the CTC or Colorado Territorial Correctional facility. The CTC is a prison, like any other lock-up, giving people like me a Doctorate in Crime, while making you … Continue reading A Surgeon for Society
The Soul, so 'oft times in pain, Has few choices, to be with God again. Once before birth, and after one dies, And during life, which is filled with cries. Cries of love, and being as one, During the passion of love, only then can Two become one. A blessed bird of flight, the … Continue reading When Two Become One
He was a funny looking kid, no doubt. Tommie's brown hair stood like a scrub brush, pointing to all of the cardinal directions. He wore clothes that always had patches.When he walked, his thin legs appeared to pull his ematicated body along as if they controlled him. The other kids loved to make fun of … Continue reading Insults
I just crossed over a very short time ago. Don't worry! No creepy tunnel for me. No light to guide me. No old grams and grand dads to welcome me! Nope! First came real pain, and then fear. You know? The kind of fear where you truly wanted your mamma? The fear, just like a … Continue reading Oh My, Heaven? Nothing?
In this century, Millennials get a charge of likely living with their parents, shifting from job to job, addicted to social media and more dire accusations. These same Millennials state their heads were filled with false hopes of "being anything they want to be!" Many now in their late 20's or 30's are filled with … Continue reading The Four Angsts in Life
The stillness of the night gives way slyly to the reddish hues of the birthing sun. Silence is pregnantly full now while goose bumps flow on my arms. Still to be heard are the birds and squirrels as they too, are still.I wonder if the soul is not like a bubble lying deep in the … Continue reading A Soul Filled Morning