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sam’s song

As I mentioned in my first post about In Lonely Lands, my work-in-progress fantasy/horror novel, Sam Patterson, one of the main characters, is a 17-year old high-school student who, despite suffering from mild cerebral palsy, is bright, an avid gamer,¬†and … Continue reading

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father’s day

The Sun set, Throwing gold upon the fields, Leaving stars and brilliant silence.   The Wind came suddenly, Stealing dignity and hats, Blowing leaves down Streets in short bursts of Unexpected violence.   And later came the Rain in a … Continue reading

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alyx’s sketching

  It seems to me that the sun Drags itself into the heavens To scorch and sear me.   Can you hear me?   It seems to be that there’s no one Who could understand Or even sympathize.   They … Continue reading

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