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He abides

by Evelyn M. Wallace (excerpt from my first book of poetry, Seasons of the Heart) Across a dark, star-filled sky a shooting star soars and falls like a dying bird in mid-flight a wolf cries out his loneliness to a … Continue reading

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Kissing a Shadow

I seldom explain my poetry, if ever, but I wanted to mention that many poems are spiritual events expressed in a physical world. We are not beyond communicating with the spiritual world because we house a spirit within ourselves. The … Continue reading

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With the Tide and the Sunset

I cannot be awake for nothing looks to me as it did before, Or else, I am awake for the first time, And all before has been a mean sleep. –Walt Whitman There are those who fight against the light … Continue reading

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A mother’s love and a child’s response

During the eighteen months ensuing the passing of my mother I have been about the intense business of sorting through her possessions, financial records and personal effects, single-handedly. Among all this unorganized maze of the possessions of her life I … Continue reading

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Sunsets: Reprise

http://ilovecastles.blogspot.com/2010/10/sunsets_13.html http://matite.over-blog.com/article-les-crepuscules-67865314.html J’adore les crepuscules aussi,  The Castle Lady aka Le Château Demoiselle

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There’s something about the scent of autumn leaves…

         It’s upon us …      leaves changing hearts changing lives changing for good changing for a change ?     The Castle Lady

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Boys of Summer

It fled away   my heart stood still on that October day and then took flight another way so that breathing became almost too much to bear. You said too much and then too little I heard you say bye … Continue reading

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The Designed World

ou Le Monde Conçu voir http://matite.over-blog.com Out of the elegantly black night it spun perfectly delectable symmetry in motion vision and all perception The world opened its eyes and watched the garden close down for repairs and the gates were … Continue reading

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The Passing of Ray Bradbury

This year has nearly toppled me over with the deaths of certain people who many will view as elderly. I hear it everyday practically. “They lived a good long life.” I take a different view on it all because I … Continue reading

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It’s time for ghoulies and ghosties…

for bright orange hallow-hosties who greet you with creepy sad grins  This blackest of evenings bring lots of candy-ching and makes you say the oddest and strangest things… Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha meoooowwwrrrrr! Say wha ??? Have fun !  The Castle Lady

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