R. Glenn Disney
I'm a radiotelephone engineer by trade, working as an electronics and RF troubleshooter since 1976 - what a waste of time! - except to pay the bills and raise a wonderful son 22, and daughter 19, both in college and doing great!
I resist any ideology, political, religious, or otherwise, which begs to place one in a club for its propagandic confinement purposes.
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The Red-Winged Blackbird
My hands are loosed from chains
The field awaits my presence today
A while longer, the sun's heat remains
The toil, my bones in pain do pay
I stretch my arms, present my hands
Another night in bound condition
And dream of oasis in welcome lands
That cools my skin and reverse attrition
My heart leaps with sudden sound
The wake up noise of the morning guard
The dream is vanished, my hands unbound
Again the heat, again the the stone yard
A small relief as my muscles surrender
The tenth stone positioned to the master's word
Glancing upward I ...