Monthly Archives: September 2018

Little Red Revisited

Little Red didst blithely skip in forest deep and dark. Forgetting all had been warned laughing as if on a lark.   She swung her basket to and fro not looking through her eyes, for dangers hidden in the trees … Continue reading

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Transformation

Dryer calls and dishwasher rumbles Television shouts incessant noise Old truck outside my window rumbles Little girls harass those bratty boys   Underneath all, streams a golden tune Music to relax my restless heart Causes me to shiver, shake, and … Continue reading

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Women Who Serve Their Country

A lot of emphasis has been placed on the #MeToo movement which brings awareness to the sexual harassment that women face in the workplace and beyond. It is a powerful movement becomes it brings to the forefront voices and concerns … Continue reading

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Making Do

When I was a kid, I was aware of the fact that money seemed to be a constant concern of my dad’s. He kept a budget that went out several weeks into the future that accounted for every payment, every … Continue reading

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