Stopped. Started.

Stopped. Started.

By Shannon Caeley   Broken towers, ripped apart. Life is full of pain; nothing is right. All has been demolished.   How did it get this way? Tattered and torn, broken to bits. Was life always pain and suffering?   And yet a never-ending wave of what it has been...
Baby Feet

Baby Feet

By Catherine McBride   Baby’s feet are tender, tiny, pink, and sweet; Rosebud toes are curled tight, wrinkles soft and deep.   Baby’s feet are clumsy, and fumble as she tries. Hands and knees and triumph, then disappointed cries.   Baby’s feet are...
I Am Love

I Am Love

By Anne of Lothlorien   I’m yesterday born; I’m a thousand years aged I’m a song just composed and a hundred times played I’m as loud as thunder and as soft as a whisper I’m your best friend’s face and the smile of your sister I’m the truth plainly told, like a...

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