Monthly Archives: July 2013

THE FOR(EVER) BIRTHDAY.

It’s my birthday today and I’m four. I don’t know what being four years old will mean, but yesterday no one gave me presents and today I’ve got tons. I like being four. I wonder if I could be four … Continue reading

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In Admiration Of Women.

  The sway of her hair bound in a tie, Caught my attention, made my heart sigh. The elegant walk, the movement, the grace, The confidence showed by the look on her face. Her curves, of course, were a further … Continue reading

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Manhattan Reviews.

Reviews of The Desolate Garden by Peachy Deegan of Whom You Know. Whom You Know. The book comes in hardcover, paperback, kindle and nook. It is available on forty-seven worldwide sites and in all good bookshops. Book Butler.

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The Taste Of Love.

  This is one of several love poems in the novella, Why? A story of an exceptional love. Show me love, that I have never seen. Show me kindness, that has never been. I’ll give you my loyalty, trust and … Continue reading

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