The Will to Survive: Poem and Photo by Ross Rosenberg

The Will to Survive The old oak tree stands tall but crooked. It’s cracked, coarse, creviced surface. reflects the assault of the seasons The rain, heat and snow of seasons yonder grate at its surface with diamond sharp teeth. Digging in Leaving permanent marks. In defiance the tree stretches, Grows and moves skyward. Its roots […]

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Smiling Skeletons. A Poem About Healing and Transformation by Ross Rosenberg

Smiling Skeletons (A Poem about Healing and Transformation) By Ross Rosenberg Walking down the usual paths in my life, without a thought, without a plan, I unexpectedly found myself mysteriously drawn toward the direction of my childhood home. This repository of childhood dreams, was barely recognizable and frighteningly familiar. Although ladened with bittersweet memories I […]

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When Today is Yesterday – PTSD

When Today is Yesterday (PTSD) Time moves forward predictably and with precision. Tomorrow can’t be stopped But in the blink of an eye today becomes yesterday Memories once encased in leaden vaults — Formerly sunk to the bottom of a murky abyss. Springing forward into action Releasing the electric charge of the long forgotten moment. […]

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