March Madness

Winds picked up yesterday, gathering grey.  Cold seeped in through the windowsills, and we set the furnace on high.  Forecast for today is just above zero, even though we are in a tropical zone.  Oh well, I decide, a nice spicy soup will warm our innards. Seems my body mirrors the weather: health declining, forcing […]

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A Nightmare in Poetic Form

(Note:  Inspiration for my poetry is derived from the Dreamtime.  Occasionally, a nightmare will evoke the creation of a short story.  A recent nightmare continues to haunt me, so I have attempted both forms of literature to garner new meaning.  The poem follows and the prose version can be seen here.  Which form offers more […]

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Trauma’s Offspring

Insanity meticulously recreates the murder scene – a minute replica of the house bloodied; builds it on the front lawn where passersby can see, cannot purge herself of it; turns on me, annihalation in her eyes; I will chase her down, cease this madness; she is intent on destroying new life, cutting it into pieces, […]

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