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The Color of Meadow Posies, a poem.

The color feels as light as fog. It is as pretty as the scent of a French girl’s perfume. It has the softness of a mother’s embrace. And can only be heard when snow flurries touch the ground. The taste is of a sweet sugar cane. This lovely color, Is the color of Meadow Posies.

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Powerful Lessons of Discovery from Confusion

I found this poem in a folder from my childhood. This poem speaks of how I perceived confusion as a child. Confusion is the dark gray of a stormy sky It sounds like the crying of starving children The taste is of stale crackers And the smell of a salty sea An evil curse upon […]

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“Dream Within Meditation” Remembered and Reflected Upon

I have always been in love with mermaids…some days thinking maybe I was/am one – who knows… I have a pretty imaginative mind. More recently I have been exploring my design of mermaids, through my sketches and my paintings. As I sketched and painted, it brought to me to a memory of a dream within […]

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