Tulips celebrate spring. They are singular, sturdy, and always speak of new beginnings.
She comes in spring, on earth-colored wings, piercing eyes aimed toward future, where she knows that summer builds slow burning warmth in her belly.
My journal does a lot of things for me. It makes me aware of where I have been, what I have done, teaches me about myself and my life. Helps me to keep track of my friends and my … Continue reading
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