Beggars, Sinners, and BBQ

“To me, the part of Louisiana I grew up in is about as southern as it gets. It’s something in the landscape – in the flashing of pine to pine as you run barefoot cross pine mulched forest floors, letting your fingertips rub worn bark tree to tree to tree. It’s something in the way … More Beggars, Sinners, and BBQ

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Origami Dragons

“I look at my brother and struggle with dual images – a broken man fighting demons to reach whole and a little boy who’d do anything to give a broken family a reason to smile. I see both the boy who tried to hang himself to escape the darkness and the man trying to show … More Origami Dragons

Touching Home

Because I think touching you again would feel like coming home That’s what I’m most afraid of  Touching you and realizing the seconds since your warmth touched my skin feel like years and it’s been a lifetime since I came home