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Cold Nights

Cold nights in Chicago begin with a sunny day. Nome cold nights follow a blizzard. A cold Andean night begins with the whistling wind. Cold nights–never the same. Each place has its own magic. W. Wayne B. Poetry book: Eyes … Continue reading

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The Winter Night

Once the sun hid its face, the winter season began again. I spent the days waiting. I feared the nights to come. Life has been hard, really hard. Many days are dark and cold. My laugh is frozen by the … Continue reading

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In the Cold

My life is cold and dark. I am stuck in a dismal swamp. I make slow progress. Without light, I see nothing. I forget my old joys. They are lost in the shadows. I watched a dove fly over me. … Continue reading

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A Foggy Night

Working near the bank of a shallow pond, I fell asleep into a cold, dark dream. Later, I slept in a foggy garden. I awoke with a sudden fear and slipped into the muddy lawn. My feet were getting wet. … Continue reading

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The Winter Comes

I am watching winter fold through the sky. Closed windows battle cold winds. My bones feel the silent snowfall. As I rest, I hear a clock ticking. I am worried because it is so cold. I want to sleep past … Continue reading

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Peace Anymore

I am not alone anymore. I watched the burdens grow. I have shared my secret self. I live in a house of stone. The walls are cold at night. However, my lights shine brightly. I’m walking on a new path. … Continue reading

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The Power of Thought

When the world seems hopeless and cold, a thought of positive energy is welcome. It can fill my mind with a new perspective. The time I spend worrying is not a helpful. It must fill some need that I am … Continue reading

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