On A Tank of Gas: Hit the Trail to Mountainair

This article first appeared February 22, 2017 in the ABQ Free Press Tank Of Gas: Hit the Trail to Mountainair Oak Flats and Salinas Pueblo Missions New Mexico has many lonesome roads that lead to stunning vistas. The roads carry a vibrant history, intersecting commuter life and pastoral pasts.  This weekend’s edition will take us … More On A Tank of Gas: Hit the Trail to Mountainair

Musings of A Imaginist

Is it the light, or is it the shadows? the contrast of daily life and my imagination somewhere in the middle–that’s where i end up. I’ve visited more fictitious places than real ones sometimes. I get so carried away with an idea, reality doesn’t seem entertaining anymore. If I close my eyes long enough, I can … More Musings of A Imaginist

Salty Nights

The light dances across the floor–abstractly in ways more various than the thoughts crossing my mind. Constantly changing, morphing, colliding into the next. Where does it end? The sporadic continuum of an endless thought. a thoughtless mistakes, carefully made.  My hands work their way  into the fabric we once slept under my knees sink into … More Salty Nights

The Sunset of Time

What is it that makes you tick and what is it that makes me talk? We work so well together– a balance of time slipper away and hours unwatched. We contemplate our past and our future, hoping for a time unmeasured– a gap in space where nothing matter. The sun glides across the sky, reminding … More The Sunset of Time