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About vision791

Pushcart nominee Jeanette Cheezum has been published on several online writing sites and in fifteen Anthology books and four poetry books. Three of these books have made the New York Times Best Sellers list. Awarded The Helium Networks Premium Writer’s Badge, Bronze Creative Writing Award and a Marketplace Writers award. Recently she has published thirteen ebooks at Barnes and Noble and Amazon. You may find a list of some of her work at www.hamptonroadswriters.org

Nancy Scott McBride

SNAKE   When we first moved into our old house, we found an awesome pile of snake skins in an ancient underground crawl-space. “Looks like they’ve been here since the year one,” my husband said with a chuckle. “Eeeew,” I … Continue reading

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Allison Grayhurst Debuts

Remember Remember the end, for it was the ripping open of innocence and fairy hope. It was a necessary falling, a compacting of all the extremities, a slicing off of unworkable dreams. That end towers within you and remains a … Continue reading

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Scott Outlar

Seeking Solace   I miss the feeling of being in love. It has been too long since my heart soared.   My lips are dry and chapped, longing for the sweet kiss from a woman who can bring some moisture … Continue reading

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April Mae Berza Debuts

Mornings and Mournings   The soul of loneliness envelops our mornings So we fill it with our own solitude, The loneliness of soul envelops our mournings.   We seek the pulse of thunders and lightnings In the vast universe filled … Continue reading

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Bradford Middleton Debuts

THAT HORRIBLE FIRST CHRISTMAS ALONE A short story by BRADFORD MIDDLETON It had taken Jack thirty-seven years before he finally hit rock-bottom and that first Christmas Day he had to spend alone confirmed in his heart that he would be … Continue reading

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Scott Thomas Outlar Debuts

Lacking Voice I long for a time that never was. I’ve been seeking after an illusion all my life. The truth is just a crashing wave…a rise…a fall.   All my eggs were smashed while still in the basket but … Continue reading

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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 Harrington murmured to herself with a despondent sigh; after … Continue reading

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