Monthly Archives: May 2015


She must have been seven when she walked across the white washed wooden bridge feeling nothing but love from someone so close and cherished, her Nana. But then she picked up an acorn, on it’s own. ┬áSearched for it’s cap … Continue reading

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Do I Tell Her…

Words tumble in short quips from her lips she thinks them poems – in reality simply a negative pile of shit. Do I tell her?

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A Moment in Time

There was a large piece of jade sitting in a pond surrounded by a courtyard of cement. Laying in the courtyard we watched the Perseid meteor shower. The future was full of promise. The four of us talked about our … Continue reading

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