car·riage re·turn

n. the lever or mechanism on a typewriter that would cause the cylinder on which the paper was held (the carriage) to return to the left margin of the page


Poetry Ponderings

So I’ve been doing a lot of compiling of previous writings lately. I’ve been moving through a notebook of poetry I started in about 1999 or so,pulling out what still seemed relevant (or good) to me. It’s a pretty interesting process,reading something you wrote so long ago,under such different circumstances.

There’s a Read on…

The Lost Boys of Echo,cont.,cont.

On Sunday,three guys from Echo Battery,the unit I deployed to Iraq with,were struck by a roadside bomb. The first,Lopez,sustained third-degree burns over 50% of his body,and is burned a total of 95%. They have already amputated both his hands. Tapia,the second one hit,has third-degree burns over 25-50% Read on…

4:43 –Press Return

So I haven’t taken this in the direction I had originally intended,nor have I even worked on this site for some time. I’ve not had the inspriation,nor inclination that orginally led me to purchase this domain.

That’s all going to change.

Without saying too much,I’ve been in a rut for many months,Read on…