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just before you go

just before you go will you stand beside me will you tell me I’m beautiful will you tell me you love me will you hold me to you will you whisper to me will you possess even to the very … Continue reading

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Two

Solitude may bring soft, sweet silence. Singularness may bring untethered freedom. Partnership? Coupling may bring intermittent strife, struggle, discord, – unrivaled frustration. Pairing may sometimes be loud, messy, inconvenient, -fraught with self-sacrifice. Aah, but nothing will ever result in the … Continue reading

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Echo, Echo

Echo, Echo Echo, echo all around me, everywhere. I’m not interested in what’s been said before. Infinite boomerang of sameness; it bangs me up tosses me around in an ocean of reverberation. As much as I adore words I abhor … Continue reading

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The Consolation Prize

The Consolation Prize I looked out the window to see, who at first I believed you to be, a gentleman caller – come calling just for me! Then I heard a coo and saw it hadn’t been you who had … Continue reading

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Static

Static We’re entwined, then snap – you’re gone. Quick! So why? Why then does the pain of your absence creep – circling around and around my neck, squeezing, sucking to the very last drop, any life left inside of me … Continue reading

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LEGACY: A top reason for family portraits.

When multiple family members gather around or even just two members reconnect after an extended separation, one of the most popular activities is reminiscing:  “remember that Christmas when we told crazy Uncle Frank we wanted a puppy and he showed … Continue reading

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di·aph·a·nous /dīˈafənəs/ – #WordForADay

di·aph·a·nous   /dīˈafənəs/  adj.  (especially of fabric) light, delicate, and translucent.

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