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Last words, thoughts, and energy.

When you realized that I had my own perspective, aside from your wise and self-assumed brilliance, was it then, when you claimed to be no longer “into the relationship?” When I began doing things for my own, working or spending less time on you, was that when you were no longer “into the relationship?” Your sorry little heart couldn’t take the fact that I saw something that you couldn’t see. 1,637 more words

Food and Other Chantings

      It is sometimes difficult to grab the first line by its forelock, especially when one is trying to bring heterogeneous ideas together. A rejoinder:   I have always loved the word ‘heterogeneous’ ever since I had read Dr. 1,199 more words


How to draw in your readers in fiction

One of the most egregious mistakes a writer can make—according to some, not most—is that a writer should not tell a story by simply narrating it. 348 more words

Life & Writing

For the Week of January 25, 2015: The Metaphors of Daily Life

Metaphors have a way of holding the most truth in the least space.
― Orson Scott Card, Alvin Journeyman

Tomas did not realize at the time that metaphors are dangerous. 670 more words

Expressive Writing

“The best work that anybody ever writes is the work that is on the verge of embarrassing him, always” ~~ Arthur Miller.


Back from the flats, meadows, waters all around Tampa, Florida

Dear friends and readers,

Back from subtropical middle western Florida where most of the time I was there the degrees were 60 to 70 (and above) Fahrenheit, with a building humidity, and the skies blue and sunny, the land flat, and the Gulf of Mexico and other waters soft green in color. 2,521 more words


Bunbury Magazine Issue Seven: The Unexplained

Hello, dearest Bunburyists

We’re back! Bunbury Magazine hath returnethethethed. Firstly, belated salutations of the season to you and yours! Secondly, we knew we’d find you here. 558 more words

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