Paul Lojeski: The good man’s smile lit up the ballroom like a full moon over a Caribbean Sea.
Paul Lojeski: Bombs blasting hospitals shredding babies and doctors the big dog gargoyle creeping to Helicopter One, waving at the cameras, smiling that bloody grin of menace and murder
Paul Lojeski: He woke, feeling nature pushing down on him, demanding attention, requiring recognition. Terminators
The War Game At the Garden to see the Knicks and Cavs, when the spectacle began: the lights went down, the announcer dramatically, somberly introducing the wounded warrior and the mob erupted as the spotlight bathed their hero soldier in a ray of blazing white light. Then his fragile but steely voice filled the now […]
Politics That ever useless howl of the heart. Anguish buried in awful sound. And the river rises once again in the gleam of corrupted desire. The still living stand on hills in the gloom of defeat, watching, downcast, hope a flickering taunt from beyond the grave. Fat vultures cruise overhead as the water deepens and […]