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Flash-Fiction: Brushing Against The Wind

For as long as it takes, I brush against the wind, to free my heart’s desires.  When the rain falls at my feet, I will surrender my plight to the lion roaring in the night.  285 more words


Poem for April 18 & 19

       To the Stars (an ekphrastic prose-poem)

“The bronze statue of the Kansa warrior, Ad Astra, was placed on top of the dome in 2002. […]. The warrior faces toward the North Star, a symbol of finding one’s way. 389 more words


Flash-Fiction: Day 88: (The Dating Profile) Dominica Moore’s Profile

Dominica Moore is a published author and a freelance journalist from Kalamazoo, Michigan.  She is a graduate of Western Michigan University with B. A. in Journalism and Marketing. 494 more words



so we play this game, who leaves the other first, knuckles grazing when the lights go out. your name is a prayer always skirting the outline of my lips, my fingers grappling for reassurance when I can no longer see three inches from where I stand. 50 more words


No. Just No.

What it means to say No

What it’s like to break a heart

To tell someone they won’t get what they want.

How to say No to someone in Need… 196 more words


the beauty of imperfection

Read my full post on Peaceful Daily: Imperfect Beauty. Start a new cycle with the New Moon!

(photo of the beautiful Moon – craters and all – is mine, taken though a telescope with my phone)


Blues Boulevard

The street musician plays for a love long lost.
He shrouds his desires in vague lyrics,
Singing the shallow hymns of the youth
About all those goddamn teenage kicks. 223 more words