When a family heirloom cracks you need something stronger than Elmer’s Glue, more powerful than Crazy Glue, and more heavy-duty than Gorilla Glue. Is there such a thing as understanding and forgiveness glue? I wonder. THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. It is so easy to climb on your high horse and ride away and leave… Read More Pass the Glue
The following poem was inspired by David Ellis from his poem Modern Ragnarök in his book Life Sex Death Poetry Collection by David Ellis of Too Full to Write David lives in the UK. His book is available on Amazon.UK but I was unable to get a link for you here in the States. … Read More The Living Earth
shades of blue . . . sprinkled with fluffy white . . . pinks, purple and yellows . . . the greatest of yellow too . . . is all I have . . . the tallest evergreens . . . and itty bitty fleas too . . . ~0~ every wind that blows I breathe . . . every raindrop that falls I… Read More All I Have
an ocean of hope on the shores of tranquility the morning sun warms the flowing sea hope ebbs gently splashing the jetties ocean mammals fly seagulls dive in the distant laughter rings twilight rises to swallowed the sun the waking moon calls the tide kindling of compassion is gathered and set aflame to warm cold hearts and… Read More Rolling Seas
Words 1391 Always Hope A Short Story by: Kimberly Wilhelmina Floria Belinda is lying in bed unable to sleep her thoughts are haunting her. Mommy didn’t even call to tell me she wasn’t coming. She knows I was looking forward to seeing her. She doesn’t care anything about me. No one does. Auntie and… Read More Always Hope
traveling among the shadows with confident fear wishing for the dreams lost in sorrow spinning with the hum of tranquility hypnotized the steady beat of nature guiding souls chimes whistle clarity crashing waves and rolling tides stretching to the moon a lost journey fools travel a half century not a guide to follow invisible scars… Read More a lost journey
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