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Decision Point

Standing at the point of decision. Crossroads. Rail and car cross in time. The road bends into the unknown. Two rails held apart by strong ties. Standing at the junction of fear and longing, contemplating the turmoil of the heart. … Continue reading

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Imagine

Home and family, hearth and health, joy and contentment. Smoke on the horizon, fear on the wing as acrid fumes descend. The world splits into confusion. Blacken sky alight as winds rush down the hillside. Running before the wind the … Continue reading

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The Weight of Clouds

I’ve been thinking about clouds a lot lately.  It started with a line on a blog (WordDreams By Jacqui Murray) about a metaphor telling me not to use “hard as nails.” Of course not.  It should be, “hard as a … Continue reading

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Poetry Reading

The last few months I’ve been reading my poetry at a local poetry group.  After a reading form a featured poet, they have an open mic session.  I’ve read a few there and one I marked for publication on their … Continue reading

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