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The Penultimate Child

  For Carry On Tuesday prompt:  You don’t know about me… http://carryontuesdayprompt.blogspot.com/ Sorry, no essay today, but maybe some thoughts to take away with you. The words from the prompt are taken from the beginning lines of Mark Twain’s, The … Continue reading

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A Christmas Wish For You

  Home-made Christmas card, please click on the image to enlarge and read it.      All of my gifts are hand-made this year, so colored this and wrote the greeting to all who happen to click here. Found the image … Continue reading

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Christmas Wish 2008

  I wish for each of you a day of warmth and gentle kindness, full of laughter and whatever love you can contain. At least one hug offered and accepted freely, an embrace that allows each individual to know they … Continue reading

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Writer’s Island Prompt #9, “If Only”

  Circling Flashbacks Ah yes, those famous “If Only’s.” Vultures that visit in loneliness of after midnight hours, trip mind, pecking to find thickening shadows, actually cramp bowels of a darkness long past, dragging out ugly clothes of yesterday in … Continue reading

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Back To The Wild Thing and A Little Bird

  Although my last blog looked to be a departure from the things I have been writing about (Wild Thing), it really wasn’t. Go back and reread the words to that old folk song that introduces the previous article. The … Continue reading

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One of Those Days

There are those days, when I don’t wish to write prose. When as soon as I try to compose stately sentences that march cleanly across the page and down between the margins, the pen starts dancing to its own music, … Continue reading

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Different Faces

Yesterday, while browsing through several other WordPress blogs, I found a comment (Spasmically Perfect), in which one writer told another that her muse looked like Danny DeVito. I really liked the idea of my muse wearing a face I could … Continue reading

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