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Snow Has Fallen

Snow has fallen thickly in the yard. My children are building a snowman. Birds battle over an ear of corn. Today marks the end of a hard storm. The snow and ice are a heavy burden around me. Their weight … Continue reading

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Not a Simple Creature

Talking to a neighbor’s child, I think of the future standing there. As the years go on, he will conquer it all. He will change the world in amazing ways. Children are not simple creatures. Their potential is great. Their … Continue reading

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An Eagle in the Woods

I walked the woods alone. The night began around me. Across the field was a light. Children ran to chase a rabbit. It scampered across the grass. An eagle swooped down to take it. The dropping bird fell like a … Continue reading

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A Gurgling Flow

I sat near a tall fountain in a park. The gurgling flow brought a calm to my storm. Atop the weathered bronze, two children played. They held back an escaping goose. A floral pattern garnished the basins. Around the tiers … Continue reading

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Days Gone By

I think of days gone by. Words spin in my mind. Life becomes complex as I think. Each word has a thousand uses. Each one is unique and special. The shape of a word shows true beauty. A picture also … Continue reading

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