Month: September 2016

Taking Flight – A Poem

When the darkness clears, I am flying through the sky. Though I know I am asleep, I am more awake inside the dream. Underneath me I can feel muscles moving up and down with the wind. I can hear the flap of wings and…

Covenant by Michelle St. James – A Book Review

Charlotte Duval is at a loss for what to do. Her father has passed away and she is stuck with the task of what to do: close his antiques shop, the Galerie Duval in Paris or move on and go back to Los Angeles,…

The Raven’s Lament – Flash Fiction

Oliver hated waiting. He was a creature of the instantaneous. He wanted gratification now, for it was his to take and he had taken so much of it over the years. Oliver tapped his fingers impatiently on the table and tried to calm himself….

A Map of Stars – A Poem

This poem is for Michael. Thank you for all that you are.  * Every action also creates several possible reactions, the outcome of choices that weren’t made but still trace a path against the stars. Sometimes, it is as if I can look back…

The Daughter of Wands – A Poem

When I first met you, I was struck by the light that emanated from you. As I came to know you better, I admired your free spirit, your willingness to love, and your thirst to live. You have been a constant source of inspiration…

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