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Watch the Sun Rise

I was talking to a good friend about her plans for the Easter Weekend, and she shared that one of her Easter traditions was to get up super early, head out the house and find a quiet spot to watch the sun rise. 279 more words

Canadian Life

You and I have the power to become what we choose, we do not have to be what happen to us in our past.

Micheline Jean Louis

Three by Robert Creeley

The Invoice

I once wrote a letter as follows:
dear Jim, I would like to borrow
200 dollars from you
to see me through.

I also wrote another: dearest M/ 139 more words

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SHIPWRECKED

He recover’s no thought from nights past as his eyes trace a cold wet flow to his feet
The moon’s glare sings the night into a quiet trance beckoning shy fireflies to dance… 191 more words

Life Poems

OBLIVIOUS WILL

Suds of panic form on her brow as her mind travels through a goblet of time resting once in little spaces escaping back to reality where thinking isn’t hers. 144 more words

Life Poems

Still

I said I will find what is lowly
and put the roots of my identity
down there:
each day I’ll wake up
and find the lowly nearby, 212 more words

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Morning Poem

Every morning
the world
is created.
Under the orange

sticks of the sun
the heaped
ashes of the night
turn into leaves again

and fasten themselves to the high branches— 118 more words

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