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POEM: BLACK DISHES AT A YARD SALE

POEM: BLACK DISHES AT A YARD SALE

“Black Dishes at a Yard Sale” The dishes covered the table in a stack Among the other detritus Of young married life in a smallish den Long since left behind. The platters, bowls, and saucers black, A hue once thought elegant, But since found to possess a...

On Love and Respect

“When you look in your husband’s eyes and say ‘I respect you’, that’s the same feeling you get when he looks at you and says ‘I love you.’ Think about that for a while: Love and respect” That’s what a pastor said...
Microfiction: Dating with Our Demons

Microfiction: Dating with Our Demons

Microfiction: Dating with Our Demons “I believe you have a reservation under the name ‘Warner’.” Gareth smiled. The hostess looked up from her station. She caught her breath. “Oh, Warner, yes. . . ” Smiling rather deliberately, she...