Is what we see really what we see?
Michelle Toussaint, poet, and her poem about being overweight called “Excuse You?”
It all started with a bit of whimsy but lives on with love.
“The gift of life comes with its inevitable companion, the sentence of death.” A view of life as a sentence.
My response to interest in my comparison of Stringy Bark McDowell to Neil Young.
My eulogy for my dear departed aunt, Coral.
A memorable prank
Some rare pictures of my mothers four sons, let’s call them The Barnes Boys in honour of her memory.
A belated homage to the one man in my life who loved me unconditionally as a son
The ending of my first marriage
One of my few poems and from way back in 1978 but now given new life with music by my neighbour Ray Brookes.
The first flush of love in 1970 at the start of my first marriage