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King of Comedy

I took an entire month to think of what to write for The Writer’s Tower October 2014 theme: COMEDY. It may sound seemingly easy. ‘Comedy’ was such a nice, friendly and cheerful word, but inspiration eluded me until the very last evening. 404 more words

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Ketchum, Idaho 1961 (Love Lies Bleeding)

It was almost unbearable; the summer heat which once filled his pen with such passion now left him breathless. A darkly lit room and a shot gun whispered into his ear. 789 more words

Tribute to Granddad

(If you are reading this from somewhere up above, this is for you.)

Confronting woe by yourself

All the petulance you threw.

We did our finest to help… 233 more words

Poem

A Tribute to a Mountain Man

Today a true mountain man was laid to rest on the hill overlooking our home.  The banner photo at the top of my blog was taken almost from the spot where he was buried.   543 more words

Farm Life

Train Graffiti

 Wow, what a way to have one’s work be seen far and wide. I imagine stylistic exchanges all along the west coast. I saw many examples, but I was not usually quick enough with the iPad, and of course, while driving on the freeway, it is better to keep the eyes on the road.

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