Monthly Archives: February 2015

Dorothy Was Right

The morning was not an uncommon one as I prepared for my trip.  I awoke like any other morning to the sights and sounds I knew so well.  I was leaving on a journey I had made so many times … Continue reading

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Mason’s Eccentricities

Artists, particularly those who dabble in the media of paint and brush, are known to be very eccentric.  The time of day or lighting conditions may inspire them.  Their creativity may rise to the surface only when the location suits … Continue reading

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Whisper My Name

When a far off star Rests softly against the sky Whisper my name When darkened grey clouds Make the sun seem too far Whisper my name Softly spoken words Heard by only one Spoken so very low By one who … Continue reading

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A Fowl Afternoon of Mayhem

Marshall invested a sufficient amount of time and thoughtful calculation in an effort to determine the precise instant of release.  He believed that he had carefully anticipated the launch angle and rate of descent.  He was confident that his six … Continue reading

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