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Reflections in Memory

We took a walk on the beach one day, in the summer. It must have been late summer because I remember the slanting sunshine: the warmth of it. 703 more words


After playing with water balloons this afternoon, I gave each of them a popsicle.

A few minutes later, I caught a glimpse of this scene from my kitchen window. 33 more words

On and On

I ran down three rolling hills, that resembled still waves of water. At the bottom I stopped by a pink flower tree, and laying under it, looked up. 63 more words

Late Night Sadness

I have more scars
than pictures
To remember the man
I called Dad


Mount Tenabo

The summit of Mount Tenabo, in Eureka County, Nevada, sits at 9154′ above sea level. Cortez Hills Mine, owned and operated by Barrick Gold, rests at the base of the mountain venerated to some extent by the local Western Shoshone tribe. 72 more words


Promiscuity, Understood

People say that we are not defined by our past. This is somewhat true. We cannot deny that our past plays a significant role in how we function and interact as adults. 671 more words