The Imagery of Words : Millenial Jargon to Renaissance Conversation

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Nothing is as potent nor can be as salacious as the usage, knowledge, and intention in the homage of words.

I am a Marilyn Monroe enthusiast.  In her mystique and her beauty, I believe she embodies and typifies  a bodily incarnation of the meaning of the word “Allure”.  In the poetry of *Maya Angelou, Phenomenal Woman*, there is movement, glamour, beauty, and royalty in the fusion of thoughts expressed in the song of each word, and paragraph.

“Its in the reach of my arms,
The span of my hips,
The stride of my steps,
The curl of my lips,
I’m a woman
Phenomenally.
Phenomenal woman,
That’s me.  (excerpted from Phenomenal Woman, Maya Angelou)

For the baby boomer generation our archaic examination of thought, word, expression is labored with definition, context, content and explanation.  Our research, our library, our encyclopedia of knowledge is studied and exhaustive.  Our references are framed by the limitations of geography and isolated discoveries. Read More

Dream On

We dreamers have our way, of facing rainy days and sometimes we survive
We keep our feelings warm, protect them from the storm, until our time arrives
Then one day the sun appears, and we come shining through those lonely years….

lyrics from I made it through the rain sung by Barry Manilow

What medicine can be prescribed to hope, to trust and to adorn  “belief” that allows one to dream on?    I am really stretching my quotient of fortitude to herald the possibility of  life purpose.  I am struggling in this incarnation to actualize my dream and embrace my life purpose Read More