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Like Splint

Siren blaring and the colours of the overhead lights almost invisible in the bright rays of the sun, the gallops and bumps were not hassles for the only one that mattered. 593 more words

Brevity Of Life

Beyond the Night

Recently I discovered this poem which I had written when much younger. Tonight (the night before New Year’s ‘Eve) I just happen to be sitting alone – but certainly not ‘forlorn’! 386 more words

Elizabeth Burke

Climbing Stairs to Nowhere

One of the funniest things I pass on a regular basis is a set of stairs that leads nowhere. It’s near my husband’s office at the seminary where he works. 357 more words

Dawn Wilson

What The Rose Knows

One year ago today I wrote about the lesson I learned from the beautiful peach rose at the end of our walkway. Today, the post, which I shared on my blog, showed up in my Facebook feed and I read my own words from exactly one year ago. 564 more words

Writing Life

Numbering Your Days

Reading:                                          Psalm 90

Verses 7-12

We are consumed by your anger
and terrified by your indignation.
You have set our iniquities before you,
our secret sins in the light of your presence.
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Life is Short

We are starting to get into more of a routine but I’ve still mucked it up quite badly. On Monday and Tuesday we returned to the Stone Arch Bridge and looked around the area more. 838 more words


The Mist of Life

I remember it like it was yesterday; sitting in the Band room of Hoggard High School on the last day of school in 1980, talking to Mike B.  504 more words