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I am flattered and a little confused by all the interest in who I am. Some even asking how many people are writing on my blog. Just me, really. So in an effort to answer, and because I couldn’t sleep,

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Sandy


You took my luck in exchange for life was it an even trade I still don’t know Thank you for giving me the choice and excepting the one I made without bias Someday I shall make the same offer to

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A Lump of Clay and an Artist


Shall we begin? She asked. I envision the stool though it was a couch Her hands on mine she sat on the other side of the room Hands in place clay on the wheel Time to mold a masterpiece well

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Inspired by You


If only I could have transferred how I felt for you into song, I would have written it out carefully and sang it to you all night long. If only I could have let you feel the fullness of my

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Running for My Life


Death found me late one autumn day In the summer of my years so full of life I tried to run away He let me run I think for the sport always next to me or a chill at my

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Thanks


Often during troubled times, we forget to say “Thank you”. The shoulders we have cried on, the ears we have confessed to. The arms in which we have found comfort, or the hearts that said “I love you”. So, when

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Thanks


Often during troubled times, we forget to say “Thank you” The shoulders we have cried on, the ears we have confessed to The arms in which we have found comfort, or the hearts that said “I love you” So, when

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