When I was but a wee lad — in other words, decades before aging baby boomers began fretting about their diminishing brain power — I remember asking my grandmother why she so faithfully worked a newspaper crossword puzzle each day. “They keep the mind sharp,” she replied with a smile....
On June 27, 2011 U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the case Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association that overturned a California law that would have banned children under 18 years old from purchasing violent video games. California argued that it had the responsibility to protect children from...
"Then the guide is someone who's lost his way, too, / Or remembers the lore of those who have"
if a man and a woman / Were actually there? Love? Evolving?
Remember she is multitudes. She is / Irreferent. She must be.
An appreciation of the recurrent patterns of life found in the natural world, and the origin of every body as a dynam...
Some historical observations on the 2016 election debacle
Who of us understands the freedom of the will?
“We have never been disconnected to the diaspora. The purpose of ‘The First World Negro Arts Festival’ was to bring t...
Brief meditation on time's arrow and book-binding
I like to think about the human heart. / I don’t mean metaphors or sentiment. / I mean PUMP, what doctors call the “m...