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Her Course

Was life to mean fighting a current pulling her down, or sailing, her destination her own? Too often whispers declared her course erroneous, said she was deficient for being herself in peace. Peacefulness and kindness, though, opened the future wide, … Continue reading

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The Sound of Her Life

Who was she without life, purpose, or her identity? The sense of self she’d fought so hard to find they wanted to bury. Breathe, she’d breathe, she’d let the haters fade away, she’d remember all she’d done, all she had, … Continue reading

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Her Eyes

What if others could see what she could see, beyond the hatred, and the cruelty, to the kindness, the love that was possible for all, for everyone. If, if only they could see a world made right, then maybe a … Continue reading

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In Our Time

What should be right has left. What remains isn’t right. We search for truth while some cast us blind. The hating few must not stand with time. So, let history recall we knew what was right. Equality for all, the … Continue reading

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Yesterday’s Dinosaurs

They’re gobbling up the planet and everyone else, no thought for tomorrow, only wealth. They’re yesterday’s dinosaurs, learning nothing from before, looting our future so they can have more. They ridicule the visionaries who want more for all, never understanding … Continue reading

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America Dystopia

Looking back, she should’ve wept sooner, should’ve recognized her heart’s truth, that it was the thugs and criminals in power who were enabling the poison. She should’ve known, should’ve understood, that when someone casually ignores death, they’ve no respect for … Continue reading

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In the Gray Dawn

Gray dawn learning, waiting in the morning after when words long ignored whisper hope and linger. Standing in a new age, beyond those who wouldn’t act, those serving injustice, who couldn’t grasp: equality is also something you do. ©August 2015, … Continue reading

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A Healthy Society

Live. Let live. Embrace and nourish. Release and flourish. Reap and sow. Learn and grow. Teach and distribute. Collaborate and contribute. Give and prosper. Give and give some more. A gift is what it is. The pursuit of happiness. A … Continue reading

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Human

She was real, more than the image in the mirror could reveal, more than the dehumanizers could steal. She was sunshine happiness when birds were calling, tears at midnight on the bathroom floor. She was hopes and dreams and human … Continue reading

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