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The snow moon celebrates me because I gave up on a new season and decided to continue writing about winter. The full moon in February emits a ray of light to let winter flowers bloom on me. Yuu Ikeda is a Japan based poet. She writes poetry on her website. https://poetryandcoffeedays.wordpress.com/ Her published poems can … More The Snow Moon | Yuu Ikeda
Purple streaks across the sky, oranges and reds, set the autumn sun over prairie grasses, tan and yellow blowing, waving under wind. Any wonder why I love this world embracing me? Duane L Herrmann was surprised to find himself in 1951 on a prairie farm. Still trying to make sense of that, he’s grown fond … More Birth Welcome | Duane Herrmann
The hunter’s eyes followed the silver box as the woman laid it in his hands. “I am not worthy,” he whispered, raising his head. “How can you trust me?” The sorceress looked down at him where he knelt on the cold stone. “You have proven yourself to me. You saw the cavern from which this … More The Locked-Up Heart | Hannah Foster