Monthly Archives: September 2015

Across the Sky – A Poem

You came among us already shining bright. Slowly and with care, you helped to encourage, to shape and to define. Now as you move on, we are brighter and more vibrant than before because of you. We are the galaxy … Continue reading

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Dancing with the Flame – A Poem

* This is for Dianne Hartstock and is my newest offering for Pay It Forward 2015. I hope you like it Dianne! To me, she has always danced to her own beat to her own rhythm. More than that, through … Continue reading

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Beautiful Outside As Well As In – A Poem

I was sitting in the middle of the bus. There was a woman waiting to get off and she called out to the driver “I pulled the bell for the wrong stop. I’m going to Shepard’s of Good Hope. Can … Continue reading

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A Seed of Light – A Poem

When I think of you, I smile and something miraculous happens. I am filled with a light that starts in the centre of my chest. It begins as a small seed, one that you planted there. As it grows inside … Continue reading

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Sending Light – A Poem

It was a surprise to see her. She looked at me and the smile didn’t really reach her eyes. She told me how nice it was to see me, but the words fell from her lips like stones she was … Continue reading

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Fearless by Michelle St. James – A Book Review

There is an ache inside of Angelica Bondesan. She knows where the ache comes from and what will cure it: Nico Vitalie. He brought her passion like she’s never known and touched not only her body but her soul. She … Continue reading

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Whichever Life – A Short Story

When they drove up the gravel pathway, the wind howled. The complex sat atop a hill at the end of the path. Even from this distance away, it looked strangely foreboding. Jaxon reached over and squeezed Maxwell’s thigh. He put … Continue reading

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