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A Letter From The Moon

Late, and I sit with music on (not 80’s for once), a glass of whisky (water of life) to hand, and I try to write. The diary done for today, only a short entry, and a few pages of poetry sketches. 149 more words



for Elaine

The cloud that squats on the horizon
Throws down a grey finger of rain
That brushes the treetops.
When it reaches here,
I’ll remember the day… 62 more words


the alternative

“I didn’t know what to say, so I just said you were alternative.”

Betsy, who had been trying to set me up with her husband’s friend, explained to me during a quiet moment at work. 512 more words


Adulthood, Animal Abuse, and The Crocoduck

I was going to write a longer post, but my sister called and took up my writing time… It’s not like I can say, “No, I need to work on my blog that exists because I want to disprove everything you believe.” Oh well. 213 more words


Dundee fog

as greedy as a hog
is the Dundee fog
it swallows everything in sight:
buildings, people, busses, light
white ghost with a silent hiss
causing cars to hit ‘n miss… 41 more words


Quantum Jumping Tip: You're Bigger than Any Situation

“A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels.” – Albert Einstein

As children, we intrinsically know the joy and value of going beyond ourselves, every time we get the chance to play.

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Cynthia Sue Larson

She's pretty good... for a girl

So the saying goes, for any woman who’s been successful at what would traditionally be “a man’s job”.  Who wrote that rule?  I believe it all started with organized religion, but that’s just a theory. 626 more words