Monthly Archives: December 2014

Laura Zucca-Scott

Until Tomorrow By Laura Zucca-Scott   If you paint sadness Will you paint it with the colors of a sunset When the sun dives as bright as ever in the ocean Still losing the battle against the night Or will … Continue reading

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Nancy Scott McBride

MONDAY MORNING By Nancy Scott McBride Once a week I go through this: I wake up and ask myself what I’m doing here. I question my purpose in life, now that the children are grown and I have no grandchildren … Continue reading

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Laura Zucca-Scott

Old Fortress Running on the steep hill Of the old fortress We painted glory and adventure Pine needles made the ascent tricky An occasional scraped knee Just a badge of courage We never looked back As time crumbled the sun … Continue reading

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Morning Catch

Morning Catch By Jeanette Cheezum An abbreviated verson of an  excerpt from my first novel, Fish Wife. It seemed like the alarm went off as soon as Alyse fell asleep. She jumped up, not wanting George and his father to … Continue reading

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