Author: La Cabeza Grande

Touché! Swordfish on the menu

I should have known better than to linger at the fresh fish counter once they told me that the whitefish

Tomato, Tomahto

I cannot believe I hated tomatoes for all of my childhood and much of my adult life. Thank the deities,

Summer’s Fresh Bounty

I am a sugar addict. I forsook baked goods and other processed sweets in favor of honey – that is,

Onomatopoeia

Birds too-EE  TEE-oo Cars sploosh rain with their tires Sounds through my window.

Bring out your lede

“Is that a talking dog?” Once upon a time, there were these people called journalists.  They wrote stories about stuff

New Year’s Eve

Winter Welcome to 2011 Rumbling thunder sounds Bright flashes jolt morning skies Change in the weather.

Seasons Change

Ginger scents the air Snowflakes blow sideways outdoors Wet boots stand empty. Seasons change; new life New year and promise

Holiday Haiku

The lights and music Resonate through chill air and Winter rituals. Digging the spirit, But not the commercial trash. Sell,

Random Wednesday Poem

What is the well-spring of creation Does it lie without or within Why are we troubled by temptation Doomed to

Seeing Red

+++ I pluck at my eyes Drooped lids stick to reddened orbs Sleep. I need more sleep. +++ I ask;