I recall the moments of my youth so long ago In the days of sparkling Christmases and falling snow Adventures had in foreign lands and journeys to explore Magical kingdoms that stretched between the hallway and the door The mailbox was a portal, the kitchen stool a throne The rolling pin a magic wand, the… Continue reading “When the Sun Passed Slowly” – Poetry
To my long-time followers, thanks for staying with me on my journey. To those who are new here, welcome! It's been a while since I wrote an update post for this site. If you've been here for a while, you will remember why; but let me clarify a few things for anyone who might… Continue reading T.W.N. Update! How to Follow, Changes to Site, Personal Blog, and Literary News
The fool abolishes law and order, The imbecile claims he is God incarnate, The ego seeks glory and psychic power, The traitor worships the Gods Of Death. All-hail the Indignation! Let man be torn from the pedestal he stole! The Owner Of Worlds is not amused. The Mother and Father see all As… Continue reading “As They Sow…” – Poetry
Hello, people! I’m so glad to be back with some personal posts and literary updates. So much has happened lately, I hardly know where to begin.
First of all, I hope everyone is safe and secure this holiday season. Please take the time to draw closer to family and bring back some of the innocence and magic that this time of year used to bring. Remember: it’s not the holiday that’s changed; it’s the values many have adopted. Be the change you wish to see. As Alura says – heaven gives you the light, but you have to care for it. If you’re honestly doing your best, they will help you. If you need to connect with like-minded people and find some good support and love, please feel free to check out Alura’s group on her site. Believe me, we all have our bad days. That’s doesn’t matter, though, because…
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There once was a Man dressed in white Who prayed that his dreams would take flight The angels they heard Of his acts and his words And then made him to labor all night. There once was a Lady from birth Who spoke of her greatness and worth The angels they read Of her heart… Continue reading “The Students” – Poetry