Monthly Archives: May 2014

Memorial Day Weekend 2010, Oahu, HI

Originally posted on soitgoes1984:
This Memorial Day, I think back to a time when war wasn’t in our thoughts, a time when rifles were only made of sticks and used as backyard playthings on hot summer afternoons where imagination was…

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Belly Dancing on the Dashboard

Bury my heart here Because mine eyes have seen enough suffering My eyes have seen enough of man’s inhumanity to man But this isn’t a Robert Burns poem, this is holy land Where the sand is flying through the air … Continue reading

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