Category Archives: NaPoWriMo


Graying heads still nurture dreams, Fading eyes still cast a hopeful gleam, old voices still can sing like angels’ brushing wings, even when forgotten, and unseen.                 Advertisements

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bubbly cool frosted glass, sensory celebration: champagne sparkles in your eyes.

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Laundry Lessons

Hanging laundry out to dry requires more thought and care than simply moving from one white machine to the other as the electric meter whirls. Hanging the wash requires coordination with the one who burns the trash because  line-dried clothes are supposed to … Continue reading

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Sunday Dinner Plans

Red-tail cruises low; his shadow crosses the chicken yard like a black blessing. Hens scurry for cover, clucking to tell him, “No Sunday chicken dinner for you!” Unconcerned, the hawk soars higher. Rabbit will do.

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Ten fingers, ten toes, but only one nose. Two ears, two eyes, but only one mouth. Two arms, Two legs, but only one heart. Ten fingers to touch you, Ten toes to tickle you, Two ears to hear you, Two … Continue reading

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Big Star

He was on the stage, lights shining on his golden hair, spangled shirt shooting stars into adoring eyes; jeans tight, boots polished, voice as smooth as ancient silk, sliding and caressing every word, fingers stroking sweet notes out of his … Continue reading

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The Golden Chain

“Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together.” Thomas Dekker Sleep comes slow in deep waves singing soft notes in, out, in, out, dream tides ebb and flow, the moon pulling secret places, stories weave, their warp and woof … Continue reading

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