Tag: Mario Weddell

A Heartbreaker and A Home Broker

It’s tough to dump someone.

Lessons Learned and a Pre-Graduate Goodbye

I’m saying goodbye now, but I haven’t run out of things to say.

Celebrate the Rhythm of the City For National Poetry Month

During the month of April, readers and writers have the opportunity to make their love for poetry a public affair.

The Desert Grandfather I Met Fifteen Years Ago

My grandfather died of cancer this weekend in Arizona. I didn’t grow up around him; I didn’t even meet him until I was seven. This may seem strange, but my own father was adopted and didn’t learn of his biological father until 1997.

I Can See Clearly Now, the Pain Is Gone

I got a paper cut in my eye in the first grade. That means a piece of paper wounded me by creating a small incision in my eyeball, when I was six. I repeated my statement to assure you that I am fully aware of how serious a claim this is.

This Old Flame

a hint of warmth from a winter flame, this ember gasps with pulsing light.

More Than a Movement: An Inspiring Dance Sans Pants

If you’re confident, you can get away with a lot. That’s especially true in New York. This city respects people who know what they’re doing, even if they’re just pretending.

These Knees

I guess with all the time I spend Looking past your eyes and that I really should just vocalize Whatever’s on my mind

The Aches and Pains of a Kindergarten Heart

When I met my first girlfriend, I was four years old. I use the word “met” because I really had nothing to do with us becoming a couple. She claimed me on the first day of preschool; I was just an innocent bystander.

New Debit Cards Charges Reasonable? Don’t Bank on It

“Here’s an idea! How’s about we charge them money for spending money, unless they have a lot of money? You know, so if they can afford to pay the excess fees, we won’t make them pay the fees. But if they don’t have a lot of money, and they just spent the little money they had, they should have to give us some more money. It’ll be funny.”