memoir

Drop your sufferings, one by one Spent petals from late summer’s bloom. Watch, as the cloud of witness opens to reveal light. Let words shatter time and space. You matter. Our arms wrap you in the dark, rock you through the stormy sea. For you are ours, sweet darling Pull the arrow from your heart. […]

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memoir

Our stars crossed long before we met. From faraway I’d heard her heart beating, felt her skin on mine. Anna Bellerose. Every breeze and twig snap had me turn. “Two souls tangled in time,” the townsfolk said. Others murmured, “Damned” and spit upon the ground. A single thread entwined our destiny. Controlled on a loom, […]

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memoir

“I am a woman but no angel. Angels don’t exist,” she said.

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beautiful words, compassion, fiction, strong women, writing

A View From A Window

dropping into another scene~   Roy’s arms reached for her and he whispered to no one. They existed in two worlds. A pane of glass separated him from his reality and Ella. A Sarah Vaughn song lulled his thoughts: ‘Lover Man.’ Meanwhile life went on. He knew this truth. The kids needed new shoes, Jacqueline […]

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