Category: In My Mind

In My Mind is the thoughts, poetry and what may come from Robert Vardell. He has self published two books of In My Mind. You will find content from both and more.

Life Matters

Step outside and take it all in. Not for nature we would not survive. So all life matters. Recently I wrote and titled support. It stated what I supported and what I did not. Receiving mixed reviews led me to…

2020

We the people should not have to choose sides. Though look at the times of yesterday there is always a side to be chosen. Though as an United States Citizen it should be obligation to protect The Flag, Declaration of…

Get A Grip

I believe in the United States FlagI Believe in the United States Declaration of IndependenceI believe in the United States ConstitutionI believe in the United States Civil rights Our forefathers from George Washington to Martin Luther king and then some…

Universe

Folding knees and falling hands In pieces the heart beats To bursting stars the mind sings Nothing is free Price will always be present Consumption beyond necessity The future ticks All that lives dies Value in a breaths moment Out…

Goodbye

One of the hardest things you may do in life is say goodbye to someone. Even if the word goodbye is never said. By Robert Vardell

51

It has been a while since I have posted last. Turned fifty one in January and it has not gone well so far. Really hoped 2019 was gonna be a better year than the last years endured. Should have known…

Turned 50

This year I was fortunate to turn 50 years old. Did not bother me turning 50 but has been a long journey to this point. The paths I have taken and not taken have been challenging. Life has sure threw…

Thread

At the end of the rope Ah let me be more specific At the end of the rope hanging by a thread attached to that rope end Hung from that rope many times in my life. Always had it in…

Hello

There is no measure of my love for you As I am the man I am Every minute I try to be the man you want I know I am not Houses are not built out of paper Stars never…