Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Limited Perspective

The curtain falls Darkness ensues The audience waits Entranced Holding breaths Until the magic begins The story unfolds Holding enraptured The captives As they follow every word Action Song Trying to memorize everything For the future To be able to … Continue reading

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A True Friend

A true friend is a gift from God. No more, no less.   Ears, eyes, heart finely tuned to every thought action need   A friend seeks balance, craving only that which is offered and not one drop more   … Continue reading

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Flowers, Flowers Everywhere

It didn’t take too long to realize That I had begun to fantasize, And I was forced to carefully apprise The situation before my eyes.   My time had come, that much was certain. I stupidly stared at the white … Continue reading

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My Plea for Help

In the humdrum sameness of my everyday life, as teacher, mother, sister, and wife words have fled causing undo strife, piercing my heart like an unsharpened knife Oh, please, someone come and rescue me. Open my eyes that I soon … Continue reading

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Dreams

When the tall stranger walked into the room, Susan’s eyes were immediately drawn to his face. Partially hidden by a wide-brimmed Stetson, all she could see was a trim black mustache and a well-formed chin. It was his posture that … Continue reading

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