Watching a hummingbird in the backyard, I felt mellow and well at ease, enjoying the beauty of such a simple, majestic creature!Continue Reading
A ride on the trail, with the dust and heat.Continue Reading
Ever watch the insects on a lake, as they go about eating mosquitoes and other things we don’t like?Continue Reading
You used to love me; loved me again, dear stranger.Continue Reading
Haiku, unlike free verse, is noted for its brevity, unless you write a series of it in one column reaching 200 words or more. Write then a haiku sublime, as I do one here in the opening lines. But let the rest of the lines be as coming from your deepest terrain of your heart, unrestrained by meter or rhyme, and like haiku, by the number of syllables.Continue Reading
I imagined you were mist and I grew your wings when I visualized you. Then I made you fly.Continue Reading
A memoir I wrote for English during school. Enjoy!Continue Reading
A bright day I always remember as when we had a picnic together, sharing laughter till dusk…Continue Reading
Reena is trying to research the Immortal Law to find out how she can help her friend.Continue Reading
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