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A Poem for the tree

It doesn’t take all the mighty acts of the globe to make poverty history.  It takes a number of really very well intentioned folk to do so.  892 more words


Scene 213 - Merenda



I was beginning to remember why I hated being outside Domina City.

It’s all the little things you take for granted that hit you hardest when you leave home. 3,703 more words


I'm in Love With the Driver: Free

Recently, I have had quite a few readers (who know my identity) tell me that they thought that I was truly having an affair with the driver (or weren’t sure if I was). 445 more words

Saudi Arabia

The Sixth Man - Episode 69


There was a wretchedness in Wilson’s mind. Something he could not dissolve by any sort of mental process or by simply saying the picture of Everett Carpenter, a name he could not recall laying in mangled display that he did not remember. 577 more words


Weak Words and Strong Sounds

Any craftsman will tell you that you have to know the tools of your trade very well. For writers, the most basic of these tools are the words which form the basis of everything we do. 252 more words

The Sand Dollar by Maggie Christensen

The Sand Dollar by Maggie Christensen

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Sand Dollar is a piece of contemporary fiction. Sixty year old Jenny lives in Queensland Australia. 170 more words