Monthly Archives: October 2014

Love, Outside of Books – A Poem

One night, while I was reading, my book began to glow. The pages gave off a soft white light. I set the book down and looked at it in wonder. A tune that I couldn’t place played from inside the … Continue reading

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Mall of the Dolls: Free from October 27th – 31st 2014

I’ve always loved Halloween. The mythology, legend and lore behind it. The fact that anything that is considered out of this world becomes acceptable, just for one day. I also have a sweet tooth and love trick or treating, though … Continue reading

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A Foot Thing – A Poem

He saw me coming up the front steps of my apartment building. “Hey.” He said. I nodded at him. “Hello.” He got up off the front stoop and held the door open for me. I am always one to do … Continue reading

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On a Crowes Wing – A Short Story

It was the crows he noticed first. He’d been on the road for a few hours and was getting tired. He only had another hour to drive before he reached the hotel but he had to stop and stretch his … Continue reading

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Planet Botanix Fall Celebration!

Hey Everyone! I’m part of an awesome event that’s coming up. Planet Botanix is having its Fall Open House! If you’ve never been to Planet Botanix, this is the time to go! It’s the complete wellness store you’ve been looking … Continue reading

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Silver Dreams – A Poem

When I walked into the room, it was to find it filled with floating silver orbs. A man was standing in the centre of the room, regarding me patiently. He tilted his head towards me and I was struck by … Continue reading

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So Much Left Unsaid – A Poem

There is another half of me. We are the same, but dramatically different. When we were younger, we spoke in our own language. Only we could understand each other. Over time, that language was replaced by words that everyone could … Continue reading

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