Monthly Archives: June 2010

THE THEATER OF MY DAYS

I’ve been impervious to beauty and I have been enchanted by its power. I’ve  turned my back on what’s alluring and then embraced the same. So often it is not the stage but the heart of the one who sees. … Continue reading

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SOPPING WET AND CHILLED

There wasn’t much thunder when the rain came and the lightening was far away but punctuating the  evening sky now and then. She had never run naked in a storm before but she did that day — ran around our … Continue reading

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