A. Garcia-Wiltse

Member Since: May 2023

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Reflections, Refractions, and the Miracle of Botox

Essay / Memoir

I looked in the mirror this morning . . . and I accept the reality and actuality of me . . . because I am still the child, the boy, the young man, and the man, I… Read More

Garden of Dreams

Poem / Poetry

The garden was always meant to be us . . . Read More

From Here to Forever

Essay / Fantasy

Life defined, exposed . . . Read More

Earning A Doctorate In Analytical Bigotry

Article / Memoir

The South has the best schools in bigotry and hate, and naturally, the most holders of advanced Doctorate degrees -- and there is a reason why. Read More


Last Updated May 17, 2023

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New posts occur on a daily basis.  Please also check my poetry entries for this website's poetry contest.  I have three entries.


I'm a published writer (Where the Mesquite Tree Grows).  I am American-Mexican, retired, and enjoy writing and sharing my daily throughs (prose, poetry, and commentary).  My commentary appears periodically in my local newspaper.  And, to be quite frank, I fancy myself to be a "common-man" political satirist.  You be the judge.

My writings are original (and unedited) compositions, usually written and completed moments before they are posted.  Accordingly, you may find a word or two out of context or even misspellings.  I prefer not to languish over my writing by rewriting and/or polishing it, but prefer readers to see, feel and experience my unfiltered/unedited thought, warts and all.  

And yes, you're right.  I do go back and read my writing after I've posted it or sent it out, and I do find that I could have used different words, phrases or imagery, but in th end, I am usually pleased with my original, spur-of-the-moment, unedited wrtings that I share with other writers.  

You be the judge, and the jury, and decide for yourself . . .

Thanks for allowing me to be me, and to share my thoughts which flood my mind . . . 


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