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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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Veracity for Valentine’s Day

When people don’t feel loved or for some reason believe that they are unloved it is unlikely that you will find them able to love themselves or others. Because love is behavior, it can be learned but not if it … Continue reading

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The Acorn and the Pumpkin

attributed to La Fontaine (translated from the French) Originally titled Le Gland et La Citrouille God’s works are good. To prove this truth I need not search the world, forsooth! I do it by the nearest pumpkin! “Fie! Fruit so … Continue reading

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Beyond Good and Evil

First published 1886, Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche is worthy of revisiting if you have picked it up at some point in your life. If you have never read it here’s fair warning that it’s hardly light reading. … Continue reading

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Ah, Travel…

If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there. – Lewis Carroll No road is long with good company.– a Turkish proverb             the beautiful way to abandon your life … Continue reading

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A Great Mom

The following is from a card I gave to my mother on Mother’s Day back in 2011. I did not know it would be the next to the last Mother’s Day card I would give her but I’m so happy … Continue reading

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The Castle (a 2006 memory)

by Edwin Muir All through that summer at ease we lay, And daily from the turret wall We watched the mowers in the hay And the enemy half a mile away They seemed no threat to us at all. For … Continue reading

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Grief and Love

A Book Review This is partially a book review but also a brief chronicle of what my life has been like since October 9th 2012. For those of my readers who don’t know, my mother passed away on that date … 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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Le Dilemme: Porté Manquant

 Pouvez-vous donne moi portance ? Mon village a telephonée. Ils dit nous idiot a disparu ! translation: Can you give me a lift ? My village called. Our idiot is missing!

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