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The Sweet Round of Her Thumb

  Riding a relentless conveyer belt of people on Fifth Avenue in midtown Manhattan, I had to stop and step aside to stare at a reflection on a storefront’s glass window. It was of a woman lifting her child playfully on a beach — from an advertisement on the side of a bus ...

Father’s Day Ride to Somewhere, Something Incredible

I got a lot of my inspiration from my dad and his father, my Grampa Meyer. It often came in stories at the dinner table, bedtime, and riding to work together. So, for Father’s Day, I’m telling them a story that will take them for a ride 800,000 miles away — ...

Sons of the Torch

                  my torch holders, no the flame is memory is moment is motivation not to hold fast to past form but to reshape the world in yours as you see to see to know it that is peace to me that is ...

Dickens, Ghosts and Me

Maureen Dowd wrote a column about this time of year as it relates to Charles Dickens, ghosts and to me, the reader.  I wrote in reply that it is in these uncommonly quiet days of uninterrupted moments, this oddly singular time to myself with its disarming quality of unbusied mornings ...