The days trickle and move as the sun dances overhead chased by the moon. We are the center of the universe. Our fragility is only brought forth when we witness the passing of one of our own. The mirror of friends and family allow us to glimpse the inevitable. In their passing we have an opportunity to ask if we are what we so hope we are. Is there regret? Is there happiness? Most importantly, is there passion? We reflect on all of this in our remembrances’ of days now gone that can never be retrieved. Did we say all that needed to be said, not to them, but to those around us still dancing beneath the passing son and chasing moon. Say what needs to be said and do what needs to be done. Everything you are at every moment is an extension of yourself into the ether of infinity and everything beyond.
James Gabriel James Gabriel is a true Creolian American writer and performer who lives, works and plays in the wastelands of southern California. He is the author of ten strange and weird novels and short story compilations, a smidgen of which are available for you to download at Amazon.com. He is the creator and co-writer of the one person show “Heavy Like the Weight of a Flame,” which was the Official Selection of the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Winner 2010 "Best Solo performance" NYC's HOLA Awards, Winner NYC's "The ONE Festival, Nominee 2010 LA Weekly Theater Awards for "Best Solo Performance" and is still being performed today. He is currently working on a musical and a feature film script.