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We say more with our actions than our words most of the time.


By This River(top)

In a period of time with more than the usual rainfall, when the streams and rivers have been running high and off-color, the fishing is limited and I look more to the unsung lives and places of the rivertops. 413 more words

Resurrecting Religious Debate

30 April 2014

Dickenson’s poems are characterized by their layering of meaning through her use of words with complementary and or competing meanings. Therefore, her poems can seldom be defined to mean one specific thing. 1,040 more words

Literary Criticism

Spring Cleaning... a voice in my head... and pies!

A few weeks ago, I realized that my there was no clear path out of my garage because it was blocked by a dresser that used to belong to my Dad.   489 more words

I felt a Funeral, in my Brain

by Emily Dickenson, 1830-1886

I felt a Funeral, in my Brain,
And Mourners to and fro
Kept treading – treading – till it seemed
That Sense was breaking through – 93 more words



My new edition of Happiness Cards contains 10 new images and 10 new quotes. I love this quote by Emily Dickenson, and the photo is not bad, either. 14 more words


Nature Rarer Uses Yellow / Three Primary Colors

Nature rarer uses Yellow
Than another Hue.
Saves she all of that for Sunsets
Prodigal of Blue

Spending Scarlet, like a Woman
Yellow she affords… 19 more words