“I want God to come/And take me home ‘ Cause I’m all alone/ In this crowd Who are you to me/Who am I supposed to be Not exactly sure anymore./Where’s this going to Can I follow through/Or just follow you For a while/Does anyone ever get this right?” – ‘The Vampires of Time and Memory’, Queens... Continue Reading →
A Depressed Love Letter to the city of Seattle at Christmas time
Cold. Gray. Misty. Windy. Walking through the damp, cold streets of the city in which I love. Christmas lights in the trees that line the streets are sparkling, This is Christmas time in downtown Seattle. The busy sounds of cars traveling down Pine Street. Some dude with a cup out asking for change for food.... Continue Reading →
A Bit of Prose: I Am…..
This was originally posted May 11th, 2014 on my blog site. I am reposting this for World Bipolar Day. 5.7 million people in the United States, about 2.7 percent of the population, have bipolar disorder. Although our labels may say clinical mood disorder, rapid-cycle bipolar, or schizoaffective disorder, this diagnosis does not define us. For... Continue Reading →