Finding That Line

I have a love/hate relationship with rules. While there is a part of me that absolutely strives to have rules in place, there’s another of me that wishes to throw them into a bonfire and dance around them. What it means is that I often have a lot of conflict in how I want to … Continue reading Finding That Line

Puddles – a poem

"Puddles"a poem by Jeremy C Kester Ocean views,Of a microscopic world,A world foreign to us.So insignificant?Are we all insignificant?So much goes unknown,So much unseen,Circling around our own hearts,We fail to hear others’ beat.As the puddles fill with water,Life floats past,Past, something to be forgotten.Forget, I hold that little regret.Regret, do I truly regret?And if this … Continue reading Puddles – a poem

Filtered Biases

What team do you belong? Democrat? Republican? Black; white? Are you a Phillies fan or a Yankees fan? Black Lives Matter? Proud Boys? Male? Female? All these and more we use to describe ourselves and others. We use it to identify and categorize each other, inferring traits and characteristics upon others or simply signaling our … Continue reading Filtered Biases

Chance – a poem

"Chance"a poem by Jeremy C Kester Stand upon the chilled grassPassing each grain of EarthBetween your toesFeeling the wind passThrough your hairThrough your spiritTake it away from timeAnd leave nothing to chance. For more poetry, consider purchasing a copy of Jeremy's collection: Change of Seasons: Selected Poems. Click the link to get yourself a copy … Continue reading Chance – a poem