Monthly Archives: November 2010

~Evening Beauty~

Sun through the trees soft… and caressing Gentle wind rippling… and teasing eager young leaves Birds tucking in for the night juicy worms… for babies And the cat with his bell ambling along… dreams of a soft place to sleep … Continue reading

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~The Black Dog~

The black dog comes quietly Tiptoes in when you’re not looking Engulfs you… bruises your soul… crushes your heart… The black dog captures your smile… hurries off to hide it Steels your will and energy The black dog sneaks away … Continue reading

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~A Life Worth Living~

Icinia McIntosh, 123 rue Principale, Snowville, Canada A4B 5C6 _________________________________________________  Nov 28, 2010  Mr Jack Sweet  27B-6th Ave Somewhere, UK SW1X  7XL Dear Jack, Your last letter was quite intriguing. You always have plenty of questions for me, but your latest … Continue reading

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~Goddess~

Goddess is testing me, is she not? Obstacles in my path An empty heart You… just out of reach Oh, I almost had you in my hand I almost had you in my arms I almost had you in my … Continue reading

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~Three Brothers~

I have three brothers All younger than me They are all very special in my heart The eldest after me is a teddy bear, so smart and kind, with a heart as big as life itself The next has strength … Continue reading

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~Beyond the Mists of Time~

Long, long ago… when pirates sailed the seas, and dragons ruled the sky, when wizards, high upon the mountaintop, let loose their magick… to dance above the towns and village squares The world was different then… the skies were wider, … Continue reading

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~Short Cycling~

Can one be happy and sad at the same time? Can one climb to the top and dive to the bottom all in a moment? Can one smile and cry simultaneously? Can one have hope for the future and, yet … Continue reading

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