Sage of the South
Tension is (or should be) a writer’s stock in trade. It’s what causes readers to stay up late to “finish just one more” page, scene, chapter, part, or volume of… 592 more words
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Deonna Kelli Sayed
My latest piece at Altmuslimah.
A deep magenta shalwar chemise lay draped on the bed. I had not worn such things in years, but today, while visiting a Washington, D.C. 330 more words
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Letters to a Young Actor
Less than a day after arriving in Canada we cross the US border and drive through the night to reach Charlotte. The furniture salesman’s mother is dying. 586 more words
1 day, 10 hours ago
In honor of those brave men and women who serve and protect our great nation. Thank you.
1 day, 16 hours ago
Reflections From the Heart
“Hold the pickles, Hold the lettuce, Special orders don’t upset us,
All we ask is you let us, Serve it your way.”
Our uniforms reminded me of ketchup and mustard. 48 more words
2 days, 7 hours ago
A Journey Called Life ...
At the age of nine, I was taken to a popular local painter and asked to learn painting. My mother who loved art in every form, requested the painter to teach me twice a week, “She has the gift. 886 more words
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That Idiotic Tractor
There’s been a lot going on since the Pony came home to Primrose Lane. The new draw bar arrived; it’s been sand blasted, primed and even had a first shot of Pony red paint. 802 more words