Tag Archives: individual psychology

H.M. on the bus to work

“A mini skirt approaches Hoisting herself into a sitting position Opposite his own. ‘I would follow the line to laughter, But the battle might turn Grimm.” The bus trip always took the same streets, made the same turns at the same corners, and the same stops at the same signs. According to H.M.’s watch, the […]

Styx and stones may break my bones

“I cannot bring myself to do it; I cannot bring myself.” And yet he does. Finding a token for the fare man. “Styx and stones may break my bones,” He hunches his body against the Window Watching the shadows reflected on the Glass wall. “I have been a journeyman drawing in The water; Cast now […]

Cross Town

Cross Town Morning, And back to back the Sabbaths Ignore each other into night. It’s workaday, workaday And the perilous journey cross town. Cross town Without a star, Cross town, Where the hill has been consumed, Cross town Where the modern buffalos hunt him Sorting fumes, screeching at each other. There is an eight hour […]

The adolescent poet no longer

section one of the Hunched Man is concluded. The next blog will begin section two: the Painted Mirror

He seeped into himself

We are often lonely together

Styx and Stones

Plato found a teacher who taught him                                                          how to learn.                                   […]

accidents and purpose

My two and a half year old grandson threw his spoon to the floor. It was a swift action, coming, it seemed from nowhere. It was’t one of those “let’s see what happens” kind of a thing that we often see in children that age, the early scientific explorations of the law of gravity. No, […]