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Thunder

A rare sound in my part of the world.  The clouds that float over my home are often just fluffy bunnies or prancing puppies. Sometimes they contain rain or are blown by strong winds. But the empty tummy growl of … Continue reading

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At Dawn

The cold light of dawn plays in my mind. The smell of frost and the ache in my bones conspire to pull the robe tighter around my shoulders as I sip tea to the pink grey east glow. A cat … Continue reading

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On The Edge of Change

On The Edge of Change The car powers up the hill with my hand loosely on the wheel. A little shimmy as my foot adds power to the climb. The road passes though the dried trees and dead grass that … Continue reading

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Yesterday

Yesterday It was in a gift shop in a back street on Montmartre. I was drawn to it and the single word, “Yesterday” printed on the tiny cardboard box. The little metal handle with the red bead spun a tune … Continue reading

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