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THE LAST ROSE

It was a moment caught in time. A second filled with desperate joy. Truth placed with muffled silence and agonizing despair.   His dark horse sat waiting. We both knew there would be no return.   No escape backward only … Continue reading

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Obituaries and Life…

An old friend called me tonight out of the blue. It’s been at least four years since I had heard from him. I told him it was such a surprise to hear his voice and he responded with “why, did … Continue reading

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EAT YOUR CARROTS AND DREAM

Taking a walk down memory lane this morning and it’s time consuming and wearing! All those sensations, impressions, and ideas that we store and the endless recall. It  brought to mind the words of a good friend this week when … Continue reading

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I’M HOME

I am humbled each and every day in this inspiring country. Where people stop to smile and ask if you are okay and would you like some fresh tomatoes from my garden? Here let me carry that for you! I … Continue reading

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YESTERYEARS

  I always do a double take when I pass an old abandoned house and quite often will stop and take it all in.  Usually the mood of the place will sweep over me and I think what a wonderful … Continue reading

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LACQUERED WORDS

I measure your words, How high they pile. Their false weight is heavy, Tarnished and  comfortless.   Hollow notes of mediocrity, Echo through this muddy valley. My tears spill with sadness, Fluid drops of raw release.   copyright Es-tee Miller … Continue reading

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MY PRAIRIE GPS…

The Canadian grain elevator’s have always expressed a way of Canadian life..it saddens me to pass through so many prairie towns and no longer see them, they truly have been a Canadian icon. It’s structure has gained almost mythical proportions … Continue reading

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GOODBYE AT LAST

Blameless memories, Paint a picture. Brushstrokes magnify, The menaced skies.   East to west, The morning stopped. Your colours fade, To soft invisible.   Aloneness haunts, My curiosity. Nature’s value, Is my prize.   Time will show, Your old desire. … Continue reading

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HEARTLESS PEACE

Confusion sits on you, A crown with nettles. Content eludes you, Each hour multiplies. Alone and full of circumstance, Becomes your narrowed day.   Midnight and fatigue, Are calling you. That time, is time to take it home. Save your … Continue reading

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Aunt Grace how does it feel to turn 100 today?

My Aunt Grace is an amazing lady! It’s thanks to her I know how to set a table properly and use good manners. I guess I was sadly lacking in regard to proper etiquette one summer when I was 10 … Continue reading

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