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This is America

DAY 8 of the Flashnano Challenge. Flashnano is a challenge that involves writing 30 stories in 30 days throughout the month of November. A new writing prompt every day. As a reminder, at this stage I don’t edit these it’s simply raw, … Continue reading

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Cracks In The Concrete

Through the darkness the cold the nothingness a crack in the concrete warmth light reach out touch it flourish Grow.

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Gardenias

Mist dancing on her chilled skin she walks through the wooded gate in her shaking hand a perfect Gardenia tucking it into her hair Senses still alive Out of nowhere he appears, “You’re here.” “I am.” Leaning close to smell … Continue reading

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Sunday School

Blue skies, dusty trails and trees reaching to the Heavens Bring your troubles to the river’s edge Listen… the whisper in the breeze is your salvation The warm sun will guide your peaceful heart home

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Wildflowers In Waiting

Under the snow, deep in the dirt the wildflower waits for its grand entrance Spring is near, cue the wildflowers It’s almost show time. *Dedicated to my dear friend Stephanie, who inspired this short verse.

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Vapor Dinosaurs

Vapor dinosaurs shape-shifting across the sky I know they are for me I still miss you – don’t worry Missing you isn’t like a dinosaur cloud It doesn’t disappear. ~Dedicated to my friend, Johnny. Gone too soon, but still creating … Continue reading

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Sixteen Days of Gone

Gone, still gone. Miss our talks and laughter. Brief moments I still think you’re out there – living. Then… gone, still gone. “When will you be yourself… funny again?” I dunno… I dunno. I write poetry now, because it’s there. … Continue reading

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