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Author Archives: S L Cunningham

S L Cunningham is a freelance writer and has poems and feature articles published in several small press magazines and newspapers. His column, "Unburned Pieces of the Mind" has been featured in the Village Soup Citizen. A former resident of Belfast, Maine, he now lives in Houston.

Dark Clouds on the Horizon

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince preempted by a lighting strike. Read More »

A Daughter Graduates and a Father Reflects

I hope in 29 years she'll be as amazed with her life as I've been with mine. Read More »

Look to Berlin

That Obama is a skilled orator cannot be denied. But does he have the courage to provide the real leadership we so desperately need? Read More »

Election 2008—the “Big Mo”

In politics like sports, momentum drives you to victory. Read More »

Leonardo da Vincis are Needed to Address Global Issues

A chance encounter in a diner brings about the solution to our problems. Read More »

Lay Da Smack Down

Young people keeping it gangsta: Innocent fad? Or self-destructive culture? Read More »

Swirling the Snow in a Frenzied Dance – Random Thoughts on Dubai and Sheehan

Sitting on the couch grousing about politics is the backbone of American freedom. Read More »

An Abiding Sense of Home

January has always been that one month of the year that seems to put me in a quandary of sorts more so than any other month. Read More »

On the Advent of this Holiday Formerly Known as Christmas

Last month I had been considering the possibility of moving out of my two-bedroom apartment to a one-bedroom that had become available over at the next building of the complex I live in. The rent would’ve been sixty dollars less than what I pay now, and when the landlord said she was going to have a full remodel done, I ... Read More »

Until Victory Is America’s and There Is No Enemy

This is my rifle. There are many like it, but this one is mine. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. –The Rifleman’s Creed Tonight my son calls from Fort Benning, Georgia to let me know how he is progressing with his boot camp training. He’s only allowed to make an eight-minute call, ... Read More »