Let’s talk about something mundane. Coffee. Wait? What? Coffee’s not mundane, you sonofa—— you might be thinking. I actually agree with you. I drink a lot of coffee. I prefer dark roast, like a French roast. I normally grind my own beans and sometimes even use my French press. Something of a coffee guy I … Continue reading Local Beans
"Dueling Emotions"a poem by Jeremy C Kester The tasteon my lipswarm and burningwith wantto drownin delightunawareof what I coulddo rightto resistbut insteadthis glass returnsas I sipthis bourbon. For more poetry, consider purchasing a copy of Jeremy's collection: Change of Seasons: Selected Poems. Click the link to get yourself a copy in either print or for … Continue reading Dueling Emotions – a poem
I’ve wondered this for quite sometime. Why is it that we run away from the truth? As individuals, as groups, as a society, truth often becomes this evil thing that must be struck down, scuttled away, banished. Truth is the large gorilla in the corner of the room that everyone refuses to acknowledge, as though … Continue reading It Remains
Over and over again this topic seems to pop up in my list of things to write about on this blog. It is almost like I am avoiding writing about other things, or that I am struggling for ideas on what to write. (Both are true.) No matter how many times that I hash out … Continue reading Who Needs Rules?
"Lest"a poem by Jeremy C Kester in the shadows of our dreamsstop to hide from usnot in shadow whererather where we cannot touchfor if we linger therelest we forget our dreamslike a distant friendlong since dead and gone For more poetry, consider purchasing a copy of Jeremy's collection: Change of Seasons: Selected Poems. Click the … Continue reading Lest – a poem