Monthly Archives: December 2014

In the Watching

In the Watching In life, there will always be the, often, occasional time that we will simply have to stand still. The reasons for such times are numerous, traffic, bad weather, birth or death; it was one of those times … Continue reading

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Silence

Silence Woke up this morning, cool breeze blowing the curtains in and out of the window with Grace. A yawn preceding my upwardly stretched arms, my morning reaching to God and you. The sunlight beckons the start of a new … Continue reading

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The Picket Fence

The Picket fence Most times, it’s not always greener on the other side of the fence; the life of mankind has always proven the thought to be true. There was this old man of seventy some years, thought by some … Continue reading

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Sitting on the Edge

Sitting at the Edge A days drive, leaving the city behind, the traffic like an encompassing black ribbon; such a life strangling black ribbon, never ending maze of unfriendly blacktop. So many cars, trucks, busses; everyone angry on their way … Continue reading

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Highway-5

Highway-5 In a world that is in a chaotic spin, Race Card races all the way to the Oval Office, Cop killings, pending invasions from foreign countries, terrorism, liberalism run amuck. On the news, the retaliatory riots presented, and one … Continue reading

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Winter Trees

Winter Trees The Blood Dogwood outside the living room window, all leaf-less and dormant, it is sitting in the throws of winters grasp. There will be months in its life, now that the seasons have changed, before the pedestrians will … Continue reading

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Growing Up is Hard to Do

Growing up is hard to do Looking at the news today, from Slavery to Those that have Left us in 2014, it seems as though some of the best minds of this country, if not the world, have left us. … Continue reading

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