Monthly Archives: May 2021

Spilled Wine

There lived on a idyllic peninsula, a man who possessed of many things, and so was possessed by them. From his opulent home above the vineyards he would look down through the great windows of glass, and see the city far beneath his hillside. His wealth was much, and most of it was an inheritance […]

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Cruel

Life will be kind in it’s cruelty and cruel in it’s kindness. It will give heightened touch and the mask of blindness. Sweetest roses, and sharpest thorns. Softest fur, and sharpest horns. Life will draw blood, but only to leave us scars. Memories of where we have been, and memories of who we are. Memories […]

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My Garden

The ‘greening rain’ comes each May and the delicate grass blades push upward toward the light. It is during this time each year, I walk the paths laid out some years ago. I wander the mossy carpets which sponge beneath my feet. I peek at the buds slowly opening their eyes, leaves unfurling at the […]

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Road Trip

Sometimes when I am busy with mundane things, I let my heart ride in a blue convertible with the top down and the wind blowing through my hair. That is my happy place, no matter where. I could be standing in the grocery store line and my mind will travel down mountain roads, where the […]

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