If you haven’t visited the Southern end of the Appalachian-mountains, you might not understand the way we speak, so I will explain.Continue Reading
Another of my RED ASTRA story series. tothers can be seen on my associated content page.
four Hertfordshire boys start egttign wierd dreams, and find themselves becoming embrioled in Satanic deeds, and discover the son of satan.Continue Reading
A poem of metaphors.Continue Reading
Spain is in Southern Europe. Spanish is one of the international languages. Spanish is spoken mostly in South America and of course in Spain.Continue Reading
This is a short story I wrote for my Queer Lit class. I loved the way it came out because it was a new genre for me. I hope you like it to!Continue Reading
Self explanatory.Continue Reading
The second week in January has been sort of rough in southeast Louisiana. We are water and that is what we are! Lakes, rivers, streams, canals, creeks, the Gulf, and the list goes on. Add a week of rain non-stop and everything becomes soaked, even you, if you live here that is.Continue Reading
Butterflies are beautiful things.
One typical fall day in the south.Continue Reading
Soon Michigan’s cold, winter winds will be blowing again. Once again, it’s time for the wild birds to leave us. They will migrate far south, where the weather is much warmer.Continue Reading
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