Monthly Archives: July 2018

Moon Chatter

Last night, the moon soaked through my bedroom shutters, shedding urgency into my lull and requesting my audience. I had nothing else planned, so I moved into its silken message. It clothed me with illumination and walked with me, telling … Continue reading

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On The Fence (figurative vs literal)

  Foxy doesn’t care. While he is literally on the fence, he’d actually prefer to be on the roof. But me–I’m on the figurative fence all day, everyday. I like it there. (The metaphorical roof is too high for me.) … Continue reading

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  Our existence. Their existence. Alone is never lonely with reflection. ~~~~~~  

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Remember When: Homework Was For Real

  I didn’t lie to my mother often, but I tried on Halloween. ~~~~~~  

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Sky Donuts: A Higher Truth

Hol(e)y rollers. Amen Hallelujah

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Peel a Kiwi with a Spoon

  This is one of my super talents.   ~~~~~~    

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Write Away: First Drafts

  It’s okay to hate them. Or simply not love them. They aren’t children. Even though, they did breach from the creative loins of their writers. First drafts are definitely some miserable little bastards. Their dark, pleading eyes mask their … Continue reading

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