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A Lost Valley

I used to go through the valley. I would pass apple groves and pastures. The fragrant mornings were full of peace. The clouds were noble and proud. Their raindrops fell and disappeared. An ancient road followed the river. Now the … Continue reading

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A Peaceful Rain

I wander a rain soaked desert. I rewind past my ancient pain. Every step leads me onward. I wander into a landscape of             —fragile life             —fragile beauty             —fragile hope I think of my past less often. I no longer fill … Continue reading

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Do Not Sleep

Do not sleep alone. Do not walk in darkness. The weather will turn cold. The world will rest again. Winter will begin its magic soon. The landscape will change. Tall drifts of snow may fill the fields. Flowers will rest … Continue reading

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Fear and Peace

The mysterious wilderness filled me with fear. I don’t know the source of my anxiety. I’ve often walked the perimeter for sport. I saw dense brush and heard calling birds. I felt as if I was near the edge of … Continue reading

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Worlds in the Sky

Can you see the worlds in the sky? Each is a unique jewel of life. Perhaps you will walk on one with me. If fortune smiles, we will travel together. My mind sees pictures of alien landscapes. If only I … Continue reading

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Rooftop Rain

Perhaps it will rain tomorrow. I need a respite from the heat. When the day was over, I slept well. I anticipated the soft rooftop sound. Rain would dance above me. Every season has its charm. The farmer living near … Continue reading

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Proud Bench

A proud bench was alone. It relished its perfection. The seats were comfortable. Its decorations were a special gift. In that park grew many roses. Their beauty was a natural endowment. Visitors were calmed by their aroma. Still humble, they … Continue reading

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