Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Story of Spring

  Blessed Sun awakened, stretched, and flew high into the sky. Looking down on Mother Earth, He smiled, spreading His golden sunshine across Her mountains with a brilliant golden hue.   Mother Earth smiled, reveling in the spring-like warmth that … Continue reading

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All things Must End

Dreamers navigate their way through shadows deep and dark searching for the light of morning, marching across endless dry deserts   or searching towering mountain peaks crowned by heavenly angels whose glittery gossamer wings flutter fleetingly in a gentle breeze … Continue reading

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Blood Red Days

Children aren’t supposed to get sick.  Romanticized images of childhood days picture little darlings running, jumping, climbing, laughing, living life as freely as a butterfly flitting from flower to flower.  Even in prayer, when most solemn, those cherubic faces glow … Continue reading

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The Call of Books

I love books. I love the weight of them in your hands. The way they balance so nicely, with little effort, falling only if you let it happen. And I don’t. I worship books for they take me into worlds … Continue reading

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The Laugh

  The laugh is a miracle waiting to happen A gurgling stream bouncing over life’s boulders Riotous, rollicking wit on which to lighten Burdensome weights from heavily bent shoulders   Fluffy clouds frolic freely through each person’s mind That soon … Continue reading

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