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Kalypso on the Shore

Your scent, pure, falls
with your silhouette dipping
behind the horizon-
a perfect, indelible fracture split
across my own emptiness.

Your hands are sacred-
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“I know you didn’t wanna come, and that’s fine. I get it.” Silence had only lasted until she’d sat down across from Darby. Truthfully, she’s proud of herself for holding back the rambles until after they’d gotten the table since she’d wanted to start talking as soon as she saw him.

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|| callie;jules

: As you being the aggressive part of this conversation I doubt I fit into the personality you’re portraying me as
: Crying to me wont fix anything when you instigated the issue… 141 more words

That Calypso beat...

Today Calypso became the newest member of the River Field Herd. She is a beautiful black Alpaca. She was born at Mullacott Alpacas, on the north Devon coast, on 6th June 2015 making her  a year and a few months old. 58 more words

National Awards 2016

On Wednesday at the annual National Awards ceremony the following persons were recognised for their national service in the fields of culture and the arts. 76 more words

Caribbean Music


His frantic mind isn’t able to process the change of endearments as it’s too preoccupied with the more concerning issue at mind. “Not exactly keeping up with my track record here.” The laugh is forced and more crude than his typical volume.

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John Steinbeck and the Western Flyer

Prior to reading Captain Curran’s Western Flyer Story, it was an interesting centerpiece of literary history but nowhere on my mind.  After reading the story on Captain Curran’s website, I rushed out and bought my own copy of John Steinbeck’s book highlighting the Western Flyer, “The Log of the Sea of Cortez”.   396 more words