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“First and Last” – Poetry

Entertainment reaching filthier depths Jet-setting prophets with pulpits of gold Woe to the child! Woe to the parent! Repetitive sales pitch a thousand years old There's a Devil in the books, screens, and boards Dressed up in words of trendy expression He wants to rule forever and a day Camouflaged with stylish, brand-name presentation The… Continue reading “First and Last” – Poetry

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Personal Post/ Lit, Update: “When Hope Springs”

Superlative Deviation

I completed my first novel at the beginning of this month and am now consulting with my mentor and life coach on the next steps, not only in my career but also in my life. As Alura has told everyone, it’s vital during this time to continue working on your higher self goals. The global depression is meant to take you off your path and destroy everything you’ve fought so hard for. It’s not the end of the world, just the end of the world we used to know. Not everything will be destroyed, and there will be a time to rebuild. While the new world is not going to be a very good one, we can make our own worlds just the way we want them to be and then unite to make a community that helps others. The world never needed that more than now. The only question…

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“The Fix!” – New Angelic Herald

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“Starlight Haven” – Poetry

Birth – meant for convenience and enslavement Life – valueless, pitiable Death – merely hours away Sunlight – a strange word in a foreign language   Torture – a way of life Bone – what you hear scrape against the floor Blade – to puncture and prod Smiles – to mock and degrade   Festival… Continue reading “Starlight Haven” – Poetry