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Poetic License

My friend David Stewart, a great writer (https://greenwalledtower.wordpress.com/), suggested this as a theme I’ve been moodily mulling over.  It was because lately I’ve been getting some bewildering comments that have made me take pause. Let’s begin with basics…its meaning – … Continue reading

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Father And Son

I was in a cafe putting honey in my tea observing a young dad and his four, perhaps five year-old son perched on stools drinking hot chocolate. The kid says, “Dad, how come mom never lets me have cocoa in … Continue reading

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All Ain’t Fair In Love and War

A while back I penned a post called Memoir Unrequited complaining about an author’s reluctance to completely come clean. Well to counter that, I just read a memoir that rocked me to my core:  Ghosts By Daylight: A Memoir of … Continue reading

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