tooth fairies and other things to believe in

©2011 gary

In some aspects, I’ve not strayed very far from the little boy I was many years ago. I still believe in the tooth fairy, love, G.I. Joe, and that a brand new pair of sneakers make me run faster and jump higher.

Looking back, probably the biggest difference is that my heroes today don’t wear capes or emblazoned snazzy letters with lightning bolts on their chests. I’ve never seen them wear utility belts either. But I can always count on their lyrical poetics of the human soul and a few guitar strings to save me from the deepest wretches of my worst nemesis.

My days are now more layered. They offer me more, including those things I believe in.


  1. Anonymous
    February 27, 2011

    thats the cover for the CD

  2. kwhopson
    February 28, 2011

    imagine a caped superhero guitar master who fought evil with the power of rock-n-roll! teamed with sex and drugs, two other superheros with unique powers, the three would usher in a new world of bliss and harmony.


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