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Main Character Poem

An early morning at the beach made me think of him. Perhaps you didn’t know that the beach was where I first thought up my main character. Connor was first a soft ocean sound. Then a sparkle of sunshine glittering … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Encouragement

Technically, since I’m in the East, today is the day after Mother’s Day. But for my Western friends today is Mother’s Day evening. No matter which side of the world you live on, Mom’s are great and we’re glad we have … Continue reading

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Hips and Floors

Photo of the week: I was driving my son to school this morning and this is what I saw. To be honest I see the sun rising almost every morning when taking him to school. It is an amazing sight, … Continue reading

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Haiku and Christmas

Photo of the week: The historical information on Basho was found on Google. Site title: Haiku for People • Basho, Matsuo. (1644-1694). The name Basho (banana tree) is a sobriquet he adopted around 1681 after moving into a hut with … Continue reading

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Highways are Ripe

HIGHWAYS I believe I might run a highway tonight There are all different types Which would you like Lined with lights Tar dark as night Sprinkled with incline plights Scary exits, just a mite Wild traffic sights Blinking signals bright … Continue reading

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Chapter 47: Troubled Hearts

Maria and Andy walked down the stairwell of Connor’s apartment and headed for the Boardwalk. “Do you think I was being a jerk?” Andy asked with a touch of regret. “Maybe I should have just left him alone.” “You’re fine … Continue reading

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Chapter 39: Christmas Eve Service

Connor and Daisy took their place in the family row, right before the worship service began. Grandma Rose looked down at Daisy’s bare feet. “Oh darl ‘in,” she mumbled. “I didn’t have my house key.” Daisy shrugged, “What was I … Continue reading

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