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Redefining “Beauty”

When I was probably a junior in high school, I wrote my own fanciful definition of beauty and posted it on my closet wall. The words were printed on different colorful scraps of paper and placed there in my closet … Continue reading

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There Is No Comrade Like A Song

There is no comrade like a song to transcend barriers, your own sentiment to feel and be its courier.   This good friend speaks all languages with a gentle, smooth tongue; How good it is in loneliness to hear your … Continue reading

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This one of my wonderings be

I oft do wonder, had Schumann not been disturbed, (had Beethoven not been mad) (had Plath not been darkly deep) (had Cummings not been brazen) (had Liszt not been romantic) What would music be today? (What would art be today?) … Continue reading

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Air on a Soul String

First attempt at a (very) short story on this blog. Feedback much appreciated! …………………………………………………. Eleanor lay on her bedroom floor in a fetal position. Her eyes were shut, but her mind was filled with images– images and colors and blissful … Continue reading

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Measuring the Journey

“In daylight, in sunsets, In midnight, in cups of coffee, in inches, in miles, in laughter, in strife, How do you measure, a year in the life?” The words above are lyrics from a song called “Seasons of Love,” from … Continue reading

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