Monthly Archives: January 2008

They Might Have Been Souls

  “One Winter Day” By Mary Oliver  “Today the floes came. They made their stately approach with the incoming tide, in no hurry but as if destined. The tide fell and they were left like dropped clouds along the beach. … Continue reading

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The Bald Headed Ladies’

  Bold, courageous warriors. They are everywhere. They speak the silent terror from every walk of life. Their appearance is the 'Medal of Battle'; these brave women undergoing therapy for one of the most heinous diseases of our lifetime: CANCER. … Continue reading

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‘DEMOPITHICUS’

  DEMOPITHICUS by Mann Coldher   Species Demopithicus ( abr. Demo), not to be confused with their distant cousins, Republichimps (abr. Chimps), are generally considered evolved from Gigantapithicus, a large primate that lived close to eight million years ago. Mysterious … Continue reading

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HOME

    “A chair is still a chair, even when there's no one sittin' there But a chair is not a house and a house is not a home When there's no one there to hold you tight And no … Continue reading

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Dione Lucas and L’Ecole du Cordon Bleu

┬áThe Dione Lucas Cooking Show I have always felt comfortable being in a kitchen. Kitchens are the heart and soul of any house. Kitchens are gathering places for friends and family. It is where the very sustenance of life comes … Continue reading

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Somewhere Kelly

      Somewhere Down the line, Beyond space Out of time,   I'll see you again In the dark of my room, And begin Vivid dreams of light.   Like last night, When you skied Down the glacier In … Continue reading

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Timely Lament

(With the Snow Floozy)   Along with the beauty comes the gripes The worst of all are frozen pipes.  

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