Gary Bouchard’s “headline poem” is part quirk, part admiration; a blank verse soliloquy uttered by a man who appreciates the value of boots — “Soles, holes and all the sweet manure they hold!”
Jesse Kornbluth shares the life of the optimistic and likable Winston Churchill.
Read, or listen to Daniel Roy Connelly read, his poem to his son on confronting “the black dog” of depression.
Love is everlasting, and hope springs eternal. But can marriage survive? Despite the odds, Paul Friedman, founder of The Marriage Foundation, vows to make marriage work.
JJ Vincent loves quotes attributed to Winston Churchill. This may be the best yet.
Go ahead and nap: you’ll be in good company, and better health.
Paul Sloane tells his grandson the meaning of life, in 2100 and beyond.
Tragedy comes from repressed shame, not from being too permissive with people.
Chris Flux responds to the debate on ‘men being men again.’