Monthly Archives: May 2014

Come the Twilight

I am but one star lonely in these heavens dwindling in the light I cast where time used is the life I live and time ahead is to live the dream, a modest dream reserved for a quiet life to … Continue reading

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Parallel Roads Running Into the Past

There isn’t much that I have that ties me to my roots and often it feels as though they’re nonexistent given that I’m so far from relatives. Extremely far. My closest relative who’s of my generation or older lies at … Continue reading

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Or After

Poems in the making, wanting to breathe long. Disjointed pieces not yet of form, nor rhyme, nor meaning. Waiting… some will find their truth momentarily or come noon or next week or long after forgetting. ©May 2014, Christina Anne Hawthorne

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A Day for Reckoning

So many changes in such a short time mimicking the magic that is seasonal change… It’s been three months since my move to Missoula so I’m going to catch my breath for a moment and reflect, and also look ahead. … Continue reading

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Looking Again

A few months ago, snow and ice and cold seeking my bones. Now, grass and birds and the river rising, it’s roar all that’s heard. Renewal… Even my wounds aren’t what they seemed, for there’s new life in the world … Continue reading

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Once in a Lifetime News

Since my blog last Thursday I’ve thought a lot about my writing. That post was about answering questions relating to my writing process and what makes my stories unique. I did my best to answer the questions, but felt something … Continue reading

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Candles Standing

This life within a candlelit room, each flame another heartbeat I yearn to shelter, but my flesh, it burns, and the flames they do flicker, each becoming a glowing wick as the room grows darker, the comforting light reduced to … Continue reading

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If everybody woke up tomorrow and realized they were loved and accepted, what would this planet look like?

Originally posted on Spiritbath:
It’s time to face the fact—that it’s time. Famine, hatred, and war are a road leading only to more of the same. History has proven it time and again. We reap what we sow. That’s a truth. Some have forsaken … Continue reading

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#mywriting Process Blog Tour

A treasured friend, Kath Unsworth, from Australia’s south coast where she lives with her family and countless animals, kindly asked that I participate in the #mywriting Process Blog Tour so here I am. Kath’s blog posts that explore the best … Continue reading

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Stronger

I’ve struggled to recover, fighting a system unable to see beyond the path they see for me. Their neural roads can’t envision someone like me choosing the path I please. And choose I will…I must, not to survive, but to … Continue reading

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