Category Archives: Love

Light Patterns

she can sing.it’s a little known factonly those closest to herknow. she does not liketo find herself in the center of attention,save for certain celebrations, and certain company.still, if people knew she could sing, they would ask her to, and … Continue reading

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New England Dreams

It was a quiet New England Sunday morning. We awoke at whatever time it was, neither of us seemed bothered by the time… there were no lunch plans, nor ideas for how to spend the afternoon. We talked about how … Continue reading

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Ever Later

The clocks moved forward, stealing an hour, and casting night time shadowsever later.Through the window, next to last year’s dead weeds, lies the wishes of an old and odd soul.Of stopping to pick wildflowers on her walk home from the … Continue reading

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Tall Dreams, Part One

Karmen sat at the table, nursing her cocktail as she sat across from her friend, Cee. She couldn’t help but notice the couple sitting at the adjacent table. They were nestled into their booths across from each other. The space … Continue reading

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When Winter Feels Like Heartache

She dreamsand knowssomehow—that one dayshe will reach for himand he will be there Like sunlightbursting throughbare tree brancheshe will shinethrough herbare bones And in the colddead of wintershe will reflect himin everythingand become his lightupon the snow…

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Longing for Baseball

I have always had this longing to be one of the greats in whatever I do The Ted Williams of my craft. So I strived for perfection until I fell in love with the world’s greatest game. You see, in … Continue reading

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Sundays in Winter

Every sunday in winterhe would wakeand put on his Carharttto go shovel the drivewayafter 10 hour daysspent through the weekclearing the roadsNobody thanked him. He’d come in from the coldthrow coal in the furnacemake sure his family was warmHe’d start … Continue reading

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What a Wonderful World

During my adolescence, I had a mentor who was also the pastor of the church I attended at the time. I’m not sure if this man realizes how important he is to me or how much he really shaped me … Continue reading

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Love at Half Moon Part Two

Love at Half Moon Part One Love at Half Moon Part Two   Lauren dug her fingernails into her palms, a technique she used to distinguish between the dream realm and reality.    Marcus chuckled, “You’re not dreaming,” he flashed her … Continue reading

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Love At Half Moon (February Prompt)

I am posting this one again because I have decided to get back to this story! Feb. WIP Challenge: Waves of Love It had been two years since Lauren had lost her family in that horrible accident on the way … Continue reading

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