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Night Haiku

be serene and listen there is truth somewhere out there it is all you need.= Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)

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It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times

We ate at the church soup kitchen Remembering the last time the family had gathered for a three-course meal We went back to the mobile home On the grounds of the house we had had to rent out All of … Continue reading

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International Dance Day

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what is a video of such beautiful dancing worth? I’ve always wanted to be so graceful. Today is International Dance Day. Dance any way you can whenever you can. I wish … Continue reading

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Survivor’s Guilt

I’ve been reading a lot about different kinds of cancer lately. My mother-in-law passed away from brain cancer (glioblastoma) on March 23, and my friend Lisa from Camp Bluebird (who was my roommate last October) died from lung cancer. Both … Continue reading

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Writing Advice from a Pro

I asked one of my favorite writers, Patti Digh, a question today. She answered it quickly, which normally would make me feel stupid. Then I read her answer to me. I asked her what she does on days when she … Continue reading

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Six-Word Memoirs and Other Short Items

I’ve seen these around, and I’d like to try one. Filled with fear, I love much. Today’s Daily Poem to act justly   to treat fairly or adequately   to show due appreciation for   to acquit in a way … Continue reading

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