Social Commentary | Time-Traveler’s Journal

Time-Traveler’s Journal ©2018 Vernon Miles Kerr, When you’ve been on the planet for more than three-quarters of a century, past-time seems so compressed.  Sometimes, you feel you’ve been dropped into this age from the 1950s, constantly being confronted with, often shocked at, the differences—as if witnessing it all for the first time. A trip… Read More Social Commentary | Time-Traveler’s Journal

Poetry | The Black Wall

The Black Wall © 2018 Vernon Miles Kerr   At the end of Life’s path There’s a black granite wall which is polished and smooth And cannot be seen through. Though it is opaque with tenacious opacity It gladly reflects back our opinions of Eternity.