– Autumn Comes –

Dust hangs in the airOver petals turned velvetThrough Time’s fading light. Advertisements

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– Evening Rains –

Lightning in a flash!Thunder that cracks like a whip;Hold close my dear child.

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Banned Books Week

Photo by Miranda L. Sober Photography I was a junior in high school sitting in an English class when I heard about the modern banning of books for the first time. Before class had started, our teacher had written a list of books at all angles across the blackboard that ran down the side of […]

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– Yuri –

Hidden in the pears,Inside our kitchen window;His eyes are watching.

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– Eclipse –

Lovers briefly meetLike ships passing in the nightDancing in silence.

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Mark Jenkins: National Geographic Writer and Explorer

This month the University of Wyoming hosted a guest speaker in my humble little town of Torrington and my office with the University was engaged to help! So there I stood, star-struck and sweaty because Mark Jenkins, author, explorer, and National Geographic Correspondence Writer, was letting me take a selfie with him. I helped tape […]

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– Lunar Love –

It’s a beautiful evening;To be gazing at the moon.Finding it’s dimplesAnd swimming in craters.It’s dance partner is settingTo a symphony of crickets.And here am I;Bathing in its light.Firmly planted on this earth.

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Anchors

Inches at a time I creep higher. The taupe rock face presses against my body as I cling to the edge. My fingers are caked in chalk, my toes sore from shallow footholds. There are few places to grip. Even fewer to find rest. And as the sun beats down on me, the sweat glistening […]

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– Your Story –

Streams may be humbleAs all beginnings are, butThen we find rivers.

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– Holy Dawn –

Whispers in the earOf salvation from your fear.An eternal love.

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