Tag Archives: social commentary

The Silence

Modern escapism. Continue reading

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Stone Cold Love

You have seen parent v. child in grocery stores. Oh, yes. Continue reading

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Letter: Does Cornwall Need an Arts Coordinator?

An ex-president of the now defunct Seaway Arts Council weighs in. Continue reading

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Recrimination

NaPoWriMo 6: what a rock and a hard place title! Continue reading

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A Sneaky Word

Sometimes, instead of being swayed by a speaker’s words, we should think about what the words really mean. Continue reading

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Vignette: Two old guys walking in heavy traffic

Tommy:     So, do you get out much? Walter:     Sorry? Tommy:     So you go walking often? Walter:     Oh, I have some lozenges,  but I can’t reach ‘em; they’re in my inside jacket pocket. Tommy:     That guy … Continue reading

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Photographed meditating in the shade of a single palm

I wrote this after I saw a photo posted on FaceBook. In winter, notherners tend to fantasize about far away beaches . . . Continue reading

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