Wanda Waterman I want to be like you, Tintin; I love that continental flair. I love that Nordic baby face, Those sporty clothes you wear: One blue sweater, one white shirt, Knickers and jacket that go together, Maize polo shirt, … Continue reading Poem: A Study in the Use of the Idealized Image as a Pseudo-Resolution of Neurotic Conflicts
My Desk, My Planet I must have a desk today, I mewed, Hands upon my hips. It’s how I sparked the feud. This my defense: No place to sit and write leaves my poor pen a vagabond— oh, sorry plight! … Continue reading My Desk, My Planet (song)
Attachment– a needy clinging to an object of desire–can’t help but become a battleground. Appearing lovely and right at the beginning, attachment inevitably says, “You’ve made … Continue reading What is Attachment?