Revenge

Tree’s rush by at the river’s edge, Forced breath rushes out of tired lung, Jagged rocks cut at flesh, Piranhas bite rips apart, Blood dying water red, Wild velvet rapids unfold, Forging new river beds with untold death, Village laid to waste, At edge of sword and conquistadors torch, Jungle ravaged by war, Vicious hunters…

Normandy – D-Day Remembrance

Low tide hits soiled shore, Forever washed in blood of yesterday’s war, Never tide, nor storm, May wash away the tear stained sand, Which many marine, soldier, air & seaman, rest their heavy head.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: The Inventor of the Traffic Light 1923

Have you ever sat at a traffic light and thought to yourself, who had the bright idea to invent the traffic light. Garrett Morgan, Inventor (1877-1963) (Biography.com: 1) This great and innovated man only had an elementary education and a little tutoring before he found himself in a job he loved which would dictate his…