These are the written thoughts, follies, and experiences of Michael D. Haltenberger.
“My greatest regret is not that I will not be able to read everything I would like to read but that I will not be able to read everything I want to twice.”
My friend is so lucky He’s free of such cares As bosses and paychecks And this and that shares. His life is so simple What he has to do Just …
If we are to believe that the human animal is progressing; That we are better than we were and that we continue to improve; That previous forms of government and …
trigger, noun. “An event that is the cause of a particular action, process, or situation.” or “An event that precipitates other events.” That being said if I do my job …
Though we sometimes lose our way we have an impressive ability to balance the particular and the general. Simultaneously able to understand the difference between dogs and a dog we …
I’ve heard your story
like mine full of
pain and disappointment.
The same one
I want my tale
to be more dramatic
And then I see
at the crossroads
that it must be
as all is like this.
And accept that there
is nothing to be gained
comparing the degrees
of our humanity.
“Telling stories compresses the Universe, Listening to them expands it.”
My life being about Guapo makes me take better care of myself. The ways in which he is improving me are worth enumerating: I take care of things immediately (while …
Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet
confinement of your aloneness
anything or anyone
that does not bring you alive
is too small for you.