Month: July 2016

The Forest Inside – A Poem

The trees have returned. I can see them out of the corner of my eyes, their leaves waving like fingers trying to beckon me closer so that they can wrap me in a dark embrace. I can feel my body answering their shrill call,…

Doorways and Stardust – A Flash Fiction Story

Here’s my entry to round one of the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge. I had so much fun writing this! It features Susan Flynn. Enjoy! * Susan had never seen the store before. She was positive it hadn’t been there yesterday. It had a…

Shine Your Light – A Poem

  The first time I met you, I was nervous. I had never had a mother in law. However, I needn’t have worried. You were as kind and selfless as your son. As I got to know you better, I felt the warmth that…

Re-Building Home – A Poem

I never really knew what home was until I met you. Growing up, there were temporary shelters from the shadows, places to lay my head down, rooms to sleep in, but even they had ghosts from my past that I carried with me. Now,…

A Strong Reminder – A Poem

She looks at the mark upon my left wrist. “What’s that supposed to be?” She almost reaches out to touch it. I reach out and rub it with my the thumb of my right hand. “It’s the symbol for the Deathly Hallows.” She give…

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