…died and went to Austin, Texas

I’ve taught Vern a lot about blogging but he still forgets to log out and in to his own! Still, I would never edit The Vern in a million years, I yearn for his poetry and flair so here his post shall stay. 

'Kyle, Texas'  photo: Vernon Rust January 2015

‘Kyle, Texas’
photo: Vernon Rust
January 2015

In my 57 years as a human, I’ve been a place or two and

that being said, (and I’ve a very high opinion of my own opinion)

Austin, Texas, and the glorious people that live here LITERALLY move me to tears in their spontaneous acts of kindness, courtesy, and incurable childlike optimism and curiosity

In all my travels, over all these short spins on earth

When I wake up here and watch the sun rise

I feel as if I may have

died and went to Austin Texas


3 thoughts on “…died and went to Austin, Texas

  1. “The Vern”… might have a fan club, thanks to you. Here’s to quirks and not figuring it out. Who wants to? Life’s more fun when you stumble on the good times. x

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