Society Diamonds Family Pearls.

Society Diamonds Family Pearls.

February 25, 2019

Words rained feelings of satisfaction from the clouds of internet talk; through Email message. The consensus agreed all had been achieved and the family mother was in a better place now, watched over in a […]

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Sour Power, Power Sour!

Me woman, me Trace Right as rain Tracks for me train Porn for me brain Sparks me grain. Cool! Ain’t no fool Digs gang rule Makes dopes drool Hustles at pool Then! Jiggers, me main […]

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Prayers

We prayed for rain Gentle soaking rain to end the drought Rivulets to trickle gently along cattle pads filling boggy hoofmarks at the dam’s edge diluting then the stagnant boggy sludge We prayed for rain […]

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I’ll be right

The sky was black The rain came down The rivers turned a muddy brown. The lightning struck The dark sky sizzled The power went out and I just frizzled. Not to worry, I’ll be right. […]

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Dorb.

January 21, 2019

Dorb. We don’t see much of Old Herb and his missus; Myrtle. They wander into town from their home, somewhere out in the sticks, for “essential supplies, the stuff we can’t grow,” as they say. […]

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Timestill

Timestill The arrival when time is still, A setting sun as evening swill. Shadows cast from early day, Stranded there on baking clay. Silence gurgle of sewer drain, Pan flute breeze sweeps a plain. *** […]

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All Aboard the India Express.

TWG Theme: Arrival (A Backpackers Travel Article.) My Title: All Aboard the India Express. To arrive you first must depart. That seems logical? A simple case of cause and effect. But in India where anything […]

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Dora and the Exploring Pig Sheep.

November 27, 2018

“Well, what do you think, Sami?” “I love them!” Sami got down onto her hands and knees. She put her head between the twin black and white lambs and put an arm over each neck. […]

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I want to break free.  

“Craaaack!” Salty burst through his shell. “Hah I’m first out!” he squealed.  The rascally reptile twitched his tail and shook himself free of the mud and leaves. “Umph umph umph,” squawked his siblings as they […]

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CAT’S TALE

CAT’S TALE Curiosity didn’t kill Cat Ballinger.  A single round from a .357 calibre Smith & Wesson revolver did that. But Cat’s insatiable curiosity did put her in the line of fire.   Catherine Anne […]

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