Inside out and topsy-turvy
Life suddenly became totally different, overwhelming. How do we cope? Move forward? To change or not to change and if so, what?
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Movies for a long, hot summer
Corruption and crime at the top. • Can we change society? • Peaceful protest, angry violence. • Bringing back great industrial jobs. • Friends forever, for a lifetime. • What if a camera could open up a new world?
Words, meaning, feeling, poetry
I sat at a well-worn table in what used to be a store, now turned into a cultural center of sorts. Listening to a poetry reading. I don’t even remember when I was at a live poetry reading before that.
Train 232 from Copenhagen
Darkening images fly past,
outside the softly vibrating glass.
There’s a draft from the window.
Bags stowed everywhere.
Meeting again and then…
Michael was looking forward to being back in the metropolis where he once lived. Stepping off the train there, he’d meet Jody. It’d been ages. And the last time had gone spectacularly badly.