Coleman – A Poem

For years I lived with you, relishing in all you had to offer. Laughter, anger, and sorrow, knowing one day I'd leave for a new tomorrow. A romantic love affair with days spent at the lakes; Hords Creek, Lake Scarborough, Lake Coleman & Memory Lake, such great memories created there, now with new friends I … Continue reading Coleman – A Poem

The Buckingham’s – “Don’t You Care”

The Buckinghams is an American sunshine pop band from Chicago formed in 1966. They went on to become one of the top-selling acts of 1967, charting their only five Top 40 hits in the U.S. that year. The band dissolved in 1970 but re-formed in 1980 and as of 2019, they continue to tour throughout … Continue reading The Buckingham’s – “Don’t You Care”

Crowded House – “Don’t Dream It’s Over”

This song was a huge part of my growing into a young adult. I remember riding around in my 1979 Mercury Cougar with that song blasting on the radio, cruising and singing. According to Songfacts, Crowded House lead singer Neil Finn wrote this song. He explained in an interview with Goldmine: "I wrote that on … Continue reading Crowded House – “Don’t Dream It’s Over”

Someone – A Poem Written by Sina

  I'm not inspired so writing is not as easy Right now the way the world has treated me is freezing To feel more love a new friend seems like what I'm needing Someone who believes in me and who I can believe in Sometimes my own writings are all that I'm reading Sometimes I rely on technology to talk to others instead of meeting Photo credit:  

Brendan Francis “Brush Shiels” – Old Pal

Irish musician Brendan Francis “Brush” Shiels from County Dublin, is best known for being the front-man of Gary Moore‘s first band, Skid Row. An Irish blues-rocker of the late ’60s and early ’70s, it was based in Dublin and fronted by bass guitarist Shiels. The band is particularly notable for being the one in which … Continue reading Brendan Francis “Brush Shiels” – Old Pal