Monthly Archives: August 2009

In the Smokies

Between the many hills a mist had settled — lying in the valleys. It snuck in furtively about the time we came to look and wrapped itself around those hills so we could only see their tops. It was as … Continue reading

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THE LITTLE NURSE

The little nurse not much taller than the cart she pushed up and down the corridors stopped frequently — read charts and opened drawers containing a variety of pills. She then dispensed the designated medications and patients’ needs were tended … Continue reading

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BUBBLES

I watched the little children chasing bubbles that floated in the air. The bubbles stayed awhile and some of them were caught. Then they popped and disappeared. The little children learn of dreams from this for dreams have their allure … Continue reading

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SUN SET IN THE EAST

I watched the east at sun set and saw the trees begin to shed their gold and take on shadows. — the ones they’d wear all night. The birds gave up their songs but crickets soon began their own — … Continue reading

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