Monthly Archives: September 2010

Enough

I’ve done a lot of inner healing over the past few years, thanks to wonderful friends, family and the love and support of one very good man in particular, who has been key in allowing and helping some of the … Continue reading

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The Playing For Change Foundation

You may have heard of this organization, or you may not have, but I came across this yesterday and it blew me away. I wanted to share with all of you this awesome, awesome force for peace and creativity! These … Continue reading

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~ Lost and Found ~

Shards of shattered glass and brown paper wings shared the alley with cans and rotten plastic rings. The winter sun reflected off the glass. She was hardly protected from the blast of the wind’s bite, by a black, thread-bare coat. … Continue reading

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~ Hollow ~

If you could thump The outside of my soul, You’d find that it sounded Quite hollow. If you could shout, Into its blue depths, Only echoes of your voice Would follow. If you could make a wish, And toss in … Continue reading

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~ Moth Dust ~

A moth chanced to land Upon my hand, With stardust wings And antennae of moonlight. The feather-soft touch Upon my skin, Made me aware Of its delicate flight. If you touch the wings, It will kill the moth, The dust … Continue reading

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~ Kudzu Dragon ~

Earthen Guardian, growing green with leafy teeth and limbs between. Your bones, a dying tree beneath a scaly skin—cascading leaves. Vines that sway like Dragon’s beard. Hollow eyes that speak – Fey enchanted weird. Beast of Time and Tangled Root, … Continue reading

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~ Southern Summer Night ~

As the heavy, humid clouds press down, The heat lightning skips across the skies. The frogs and cicadas have a muted sound, And the still air stifles the fire-flies. It’s a sultry, southern summer night, No moon shines, but the … Continue reading

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