It doesn't matter if you admit it or not because we all fall into one of two categories of junkie: those with addictions...and those in denial
I have taken the decision to no longer use HP for poetry due to creative restrictions. As a result, existing poems be slowly migrated off the site and nothing new will be posted. All other hubs will remain and I may...
This is a poem about our perception of time...and how that perception is quite relative to the viewer.
It's is a poem about how the mind can wander...and then not
No artist likes being told to stop self promoting. But it's all part of the natural cycle of things.
Knowing the odds is about more than knowing when they're good
This poem is an everyday metaphor for Michel Foucault's theories of modern disciplinary society and its preference for normalization and control as described in his 1975 book "Discipline and Punish".
Wednesdays are usually portrayed as the turning point of the week... But some of us know the truth ...
A poem recalling the night my daughter was born
A poem about accepting ourselves and the role others play in allowing one to be oneself
Ot with the old and in with the new...sort of ;-)
A black and white photo collection exploring First World War memorials in Belgium.
Camus once said that “autumn is a second spring when every leaf becomes a flower”. Indeed, in Belgium, that idea holds water…literally. One of the facts about Belgium is that it rains. A lot. And throughout autumn...
While not widely known, Antwerp's port is one if the world's largest and holds all manner of surprises for the willing explorer ;-)
This poem offers some observations about modern Moscow and Russia. It was written on a train while leaving Moscow in October 2012
This poem examines the evolution of Muscovite urban society
A poem about the hardships of frequent travel
A poem about the importance of coffee first thing in the morning. This poem is included in my first book, "In Between Places", due for release on June 4 2013.
A photo visit of New York City. Photos date from August 2012
The second in a series of photo hubs about Paris, this hub is a color photo collection of various places in Paris
This poem explores how growing up in a rural area can carry with it things you keep forever.
It's is a poem about how photographers view the world around them
It's hub examines the southwest coastal region of the Netherlands through pictures
Learn how to bring a little slice of Belgium into your kitchen with these plump savory meatballs in beer sauce. It's hardly diet-friendly..;and you won't care a bit after the first bite!
A poem about how sometimes the past becomes present...but remains the past
This is a tongue-in-cheek and somewhat sarcastic poem which explores classic confessional poetry.
This hub presents the medieval city of Liège in images
Crêpes needn't be difficult to make and their uses are almost endless. Find out how to take your tongue on a little trip to Heaven in just 45 minutes!
When the sun goes down, the mind tends to wander
This poem examines a feeling we all have at time...the need to simply run away
A poem recounting the experience of having my photo equipment stolen in Paris
A photo review of the city of Paris. This is the first in a series of hubs on the topic and begins with a black and white photo collection Père Lachaise Cemetery
Every writer has a "process" and they range from the incredibly simple to very elaborate and the absurd. And then there's mine ;-)
A poem about how serious poetry needn't be serious
A color photo introduction to one of Belgium's most popular tourist destinations: the medieval city of Bruges.
Too busy to cook? Cook books intimate you? Want something new...but don't know what? This hub is for you.
If you've ever bought a cook book with enthusiasm and then closed it in frustration 10 minutes later, this Hub's for you. Just count to 5 and get cooking!