Past Present
Poetry

Past Present

A strong thunder storm rages across New York City, thunder, lightning, torrential rain besieges the urbanites huddled indoors dry and safe, not unlike distant forebears huddled in caves, reasonably dry, not necessarily safe, similar to modern man retreating from nature. But the caves lacked HDTV, the internet, which consoles viewers, until interference ends satellite transmission. … Continue reading

Choices
Poetry

Choices

Absence makes it easier to forget responsibilities, obligations. Distance makes it simpler to sever relationships, connections. The ties that bind are personal preferences only continued by ample caring. Gary Beck has spent most of his adult life as a theater director, and as an art dealer when he couldn’t make a living in theater. He … Continue reading