Monthly Archives: October 2014

Write It For Her Anyway

Originally posted on Storyshucker:
My grandmother, Nannie, died over twenty years ago but I still tear up at her memory. At the time she died I had never written much at all, and certainly not attempted poetry, but the urge…

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A Comment About The Desolate Garden.

¬†People are all different. Some are kind in their comments, and others the opposite. But there’s a third type; those that go that step further with their warm-heartedness and compassion. This is from Diann Polchinski. I hope she doesn’t mind … Continue reading

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BRAVO, by Danny Kemp

I am bored by banality, Give me wisdom, show me hope! You show me life through a one-dimensional telescope. Widen your scope. Venture somewhere new. You’re taking your opinions from the back of the queue! Form your own thoughts, think … Continue reading

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Forever!

  Forever! As the clouds touch the mountains, and the sea washes ashore, So my whole life I do devote to you; forever more. As the sun warms our hearts, and the rain cleanses our skin, Let love be our … Continue reading

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