The Eruption

Pain is erupting.  In an explosion, it is shooting miles into the sky. It is red hot and glows in its intensity. It oozes down, scarring the landscape as it goes.  There have been rumblings.  There have been quakes even.  But the tectonic plates, after rubbing together for over a century, have shifted.  The pressure … Continue reading The Eruption

Ahmaud

His eyes showed up on my screen two days ago.  His smile caught my attention, because along with it were words of solidarity.  To avoid death tolls and conspiracy theories, I no longer watch the news, so I was unfamiliar with his story.  I clicked on what I thought was a news clip to find … Continue reading Ahmaud