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#blogElul 2017 – Day 12: Count

Too many times My child couldn’t count on me To hold my temper To count to ten. Too many times My spouse couldn’t count on me To not snap To take a breath. Too many times Drivers who got in … Continue reading

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#BlogElul 7: Be

            When I was a child, grownups would ask, What do you want to be when you grow up? What did that mean – why did I have to Be something? Wasn’t I something already? … Continue reading

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Hey Muse! Where Are You?

Writing, expressing, speaking out, are my salvation. My way home. Sometimes, though, the muse takes a break. She must need it, with all that I demand–no…beg–of her. I find myself without words, without ideas, without my lifeblood. What to do? … Continue reading

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