Monthly Archives: March 2017

That’s All He Knew

  The years they’d taken their toll, love had come and gone, once too often – for it to ease his mind. When she’d come along, it was like the sun, coming out to shine. After the grayest of days, … Continue reading

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On the Boulevard Of Broken Dreams

The sign said Hollywood and Vine, but most knew it was – the Boulevard of Broken Dreams. With suitcases full of hope, hearts filled with dreams, they came in droves, many left behind in the dust, on the streets, crushed … Continue reading

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The Mystery of the Full Moon

Something wondrous about a full moon night, when shadows come to play and the clouds drift by, blown by the night winds. Trying to hide the moon, they play hide and seek. Moonlight so mysterious, something magical about it, wandering … Continue reading

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Life’s Carousel

It always amazes me, how fast the years flow by. My heart has so many treasures, stored in my memory, kept close to my heart – that still give me so many pleasures. Of days that used to be, life … Continue reading

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Smoke and Mirrors

Was it all smoke and mirrors? That made your love seem so real. Was it all a dream or did you love me for awhile? It seemed but a moment in time, that you came into my life, like a … Continue reading

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In the Garden of Love

A secret garden, lay hidden through the years, once entering through the arch, pushing the brambling bushes aside – it would seem that you were once here. The feeling of deja vu, so very strong, like the whispering wind, calling … Continue reading

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Fast Moving Train

I wanted to dance in the rain, stop feeling the pain, that was deep in my heart. Should have known right from the start, while burning those bridges behind me, that perhaps there would be a time, some footsteps needed … Continue reading

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