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I never understood why you liked me.

You’re the kind of person who enters

a room in a bid to light it up, while I like to… 195 more words

Poetry

Victorian Fashion Makes a Return

Words and images by Emily Underwood

Laced corsets. Embroidered skirts. Dark fabrics. All give an air of elegance and mystery. One can imagine a Victorian lady in all the sophistication of the 1800’s fashion era. 420 more words

A Letter to my Supporters: Life Update

Hey Guys,

I know you haven’t heard from me in a while and it’s totally my fault so sorry. A lot of things have happened in the meantime though with some being good, really good, and some being bad, really bad. 977 more words

Poor tired old dog

We had a lovely, warm day today. It hit 72 degrees!

Now normally I’ll take the dogs out in the yard on retractable leashes because we have problems with crows and squirrels dropping things like chicken bones in our yard. 106 more words

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Faith

What is man’s faith?

But a vessel for lost memories.

Swimming amongst the chaos of today-

Trapped by ghosts of the living-

A struggle to make sense of this play. 152 more words

Poem

Author Spotlight - Jill Sammut

Welcome! 

 

  1. When did you start writing? 

I wrote my first books at the kitchen table around the age of six.  Constructed with paper, crayons, and random staples, I even managed to design advertisements for future “books” in my series on the back of each creation. 580 more words

Just loving her isn’t enough.
Show her.
Write her a poem.
Bring her a cup of coffee.
Make her your morning meditation.
It doesn’t have to be complicated, but it does have to be something.

Bhatnagar