It’s funny if a unicorn was a thing. A thing to touch To feel; It’s funny if a rainbow’sRead more
Earl Yarington was a professor and social worker. He taught literature and writing for nearly 20 years. As a social worker, Earl focused on human sexuality and child sexual abuse prevention by working with those at risk which included those with sex offenses, pedophilic disorder, dual diagnoses and other comorbid factors. Earl now writes literary fiction, poetry and non-fiction and often incorporates difficult subjects in his work.
He drives buses for a living.
I was walking Out for the first time Since then Since, I don’t know when Feeling naked Hearing “cho mo”*Read more
Words are lovers that never love; Oblivious to the feelings they relate; For they may seem real and “tried andRead more
Clickity, click, click On the simple myth Clickbait, clickbait Why wait? It’s a click or no? A yes orRead more
If I were a canine only, I could live by olfactory And smell my way to mindfulness. I couldRead more
I’ve got the chills now, you see.
COVID’s men kill ‘in millions, indeed;
Gonna lie down with me and my fantasy, uh huhRead more
The overwhelming idea in social work is that we must stop all trauma from happening. Such is especially true whenRead more
It was my last day as a sex offender treatment intern in a state-wide prison system. My clients were allRead more
Reflections of advocacy gone bad by a deadbeat male feminist scholar: The fat biker on the Fat Boy whose jacketRead more
A former colleague and good friend told me a quote, “Just when you think humanity has reached its lowest point, the bottom drops out and you find that there are many, many more bottoms to come.”Read more