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Strive for the Vanilla

We made up this phrase as we hung out in my bedroom one late night. “Strive for the Vanilla”- We laughed as we described the difference. 448 more words

Prose

Life Debris

Life Debris

A ravaged land garbage strewn

down to a slab of concrete; houses gone

turbulent skies a mile high- a mile wide

its conduct disorderly, unstable and… 221 more words

Mary Caliendo

Kids home again, Audrey has a dream, Margo sleeps on my tummy.

For the last week the kids have been in Arizona. The first few days I got messages from them, things like quick stories from Audrey about how she saw a lizard on their climb up a mountain, and Margo asking for pictures of the cats. 840 more words

Kids

Wednesdays Wine (Senryu)

Deep Red, rich color

Shade of a liquid delight-

Thoughts have now been drowned

 

Poetry

The Dividing Line

It’s the time
When the moon,
Gives its way,
To the rising sun

    A brief moment when…
All is still
      And a second when…
All is clear… 26 more words

Poetry

Still podcasting, still unemployed, and making friends with all the seniors in my building.

I’m still podcasting. We were able to get a semi-famous independent author to let us read his stuff. So that was kind of weird. It took a few takes, and hours of editing to get through it- see if you can find out why: 278 more words

Life-Poem

Driving in Fog

Driving in fog; contemplating life and its similarities to the conditions.

Moving through life on a path chosen.

Unable to see but briefly ahead.

Looking back is in vain. 14 more words

Life