Monthly Archives: July 2016

Love

Love is an ever-changing dialogue A definition that is vague, perpetually Unclear When young, we feel it nestled in parents’ arms Snuggled together on the couch In Spring As teens it’s infatuation with different It defines clothes, music, and, of … Continue reading

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Memorable Characters

How many stories have you read that contain characters who do not resonate with you? When you finish the text, you can’t recall a single striking detail about that character. There is nothing unique about him. Brown hair and eyes. … Continue reading

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A Dream of Peace

I dreamt that I traversed the sands of time to a place mysterious and sublime. Where gigantic trees with branches stout, safely nestled all feathered friends about,   providing shelter from many foe, yet allowing freedom to come and go. … Continue reading

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The Storm

Thunder rocked the house while lightning danced across the sky.  Stan Ellis, a slightly built fifteen year old, stood on the front porch, watching the show.  Simultaneous bursts struck at a couple of trees on the nearby hills, sending puffs … Continue reading

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