The Stone Bearer

The Stone Bearer

While roaming the roads of life, the man of middle-age reached a stubborn standstill when he encountered a rapid stream. Not able to amble forward and no other way around, he was unsure of what to do — for he carried with him upon his back a sack laden with the myriad stones and rock … Continue reading

Thinkers and Dreamers

Thinkers and Dreamers

“He goes about his life with his head up in the clouds,” they scoff and with a brusk wave of their hands brush him aside. But where they are blind, the dreamers and the poets, the artists and the philosophizers have the vision to glean from the sky the secrets of life. And in the … Continue reading

Neomarica: The Color of Love

Neomarica: The Color of Love

  In the garden she sat upon a stone, taking a rest from her daily devoir to ponder her purpose in the world about her. She closed her eyes, as she so often did at times like this, her face turned toward the morning sun, and ruminated on all that she was not and all … Continue reading