Monthly Archives: December 2016

Joseph Grant

One Last Dance By Joseph Grant At the Shady Oaks Hospice, most of the nursing personnel had gone home for the holidays and the convalescent center was unusually light-staffed. Tonight Estelle Harri… Source: Joseph Grant Advertisements

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Falling in Love By Jeanette Cheezum

Originally published on The Helium Network Falling In Love Moonbeams danced across the bay. Soon to permeate our hearts. The ship rocked but our souls stead fast. His Massive arms kept me close. Un… Source: Falling in Love By Jeanette … Continue reading

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Falling in Love By Jeanette Cheezum

Originally published on The Helium Network Falling In Love Moonbeams danced across the bay. Soon to permeate our hearts. The ship rocked but our souls stead fast. His Massive arms kept me close. Un… Source: Falling in Love By Jeanette … Continue reading

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John Swain Debuts

Black Mountain Crest   Sky at the eagle black height where the mountain arose broken from my chest above the frozen stream still in its movement of blue rain. Days of the sun and the light I despised for my … Continue reading

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Levi J. Mericle Debuts

Youth There was a time when I would try to forget you, in my mind where I was immaturely and improperly raised. I was the pupil in my head, in a school of no rules. I was also the teacher, … Continue reading

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Rod Drake Returns

Party in the Haight A Sketch of Bygone Days People come and go.  The party trails through the old Victorian house, in the expansive living room, the bay window, up the narrow stairs, out in the small back yard, around … Continue reading

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