Monthly Archives: October 2013

Laura Zucca-Scott Returns

Midnight Rain Midnight rain Warmer than a summer day Torn between two worlds Knowing nothing, feeling everything When laughter cuts the silence The truce is over Yet we choose the harder path And we thank the rain Bio Laura regards … Continue reading

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Marty Basden Debuts

GOOD MORNING I sense your silent approach anticipate a fingertip to nape welcome the chill scampering across my shoulders the warmth of your lips The coffee can wait From The Tree I used To Climb Now that I can whittle … Continue reading

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Meredith Bunting Returns

Let the Scarecrows Dance By Meredith Bunting At twilight I went for a walk on Hallowed eve. Seams in the pavement slipped under my steps as I passed shaded houses tucked in blankets of grass. The afternoon shadows draped evening … Continue reading

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J.P. Richard Returns

France in South America By JP Richard We were skeptical, but we were also hungry. The concierge at our hotel suggested we eat at a French restaurant in the charming Bolivian capital city of Sucre. That was unexpected, but our … Continue reading

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