Monthly Archives: June 2019

A Question

The eyes were open and the ears could hear, But no one could figure it out. But when the eyes were shut and the ears were closed, No one had any doubt. Secrets and lies we must hide from view … Continue reading

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She

Too young to take that final breath Trapped within the reach of death A life that was never really shown Where love remained the great unknown. But youth demands a life that’s full Before life rewrites its one true rule … Continue reading

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all are welcome to join in the reindeer games.

Originally posted on I didn't have my glasses on….:
? If you want to incorporate quality time with animals into your yoga practice, you have a lot of options these days. There’s puppy yoga, cat yoga, and perhaps the…

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By The Merest Strand

The sun had disappeared in a distance sky, As a woman walked home with a tear in her eye. A laugh shared at work, but there’s no one at home. Few understand what it’s like to be really on your … Continue reading

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Time

Time If your alarm hadn’t sounded and the time was now nine, Should you still be in bed or somewhere else at that time? But if clocks didn’t exist to tell the time left in a day, Then a day … Continue reading

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Book review: Death Among Us

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Thank you to James Cudney, prolific drama and cozy mystery author, for this amazing review of Death Among Us, an anthology of murder mystery short stories by ten authors, including me. If you enjoy books,…

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Your Lucky Numbers For Today

If one is enough and two is too many, Then three is too rough and four is too heavy. But five is half of the previous four, And as six is even it would level the score. Now seven is … Continue reading

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Animal Farm

  It was early in the morning when the ants were still asleep. When the fields were full of baa-lambs and the dung was in a heap. Along came the bull his tail swishing loudly and shoulders hanging low. He … Continue reading

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The Lovers

With a heart that was open but eyes that were closed, She found a safe place and within she dozed. In her sleep, she saw a star way up high And she listened as it sang a soulful lullaby.   … Continue reading

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Be Careful And Beware

I have a pain in my toe A pain in my heel. Ever since I turned ninety-six I’ve always been ill. I have no appetite for love I’d rather have a new leg. But if you can’t manage that Then … Continue reading

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