Chasing Cars. We'll do it all Everything On our own We don't need Anything Or anyone If I lay here If I just lay here Would you lie with me and just forget the world? I see you every now and then. When I close my eyes, and silence surrounds the empty shell that a … Continue reading Chasing Cars.
Dinner The downtown area was once the entry of the many settlers who travelled up the river to trade goods. Those who made the decision to live in the land known as the last frontier were considered to be folks of the heartier kind ready for the adventure that life would throw at them. The … Continue reading The Year The Aurora Met The Sun: Chapter 2 (continued)..
My Dearest, If I could, I would like to take back the decision I made. It was made in haste-- for in this life, I made sure to never remember its reason. If the intent of such reasoning is to learn a lesson, I'd like to declare that while it may have taken several lifetimes, … Continue reading Samsara: A Letter
The Midnight Sun in June: Brunch, and Dinner Collide Brunch In the middle of the birch wood trees and beneath the glorious summer sun stood Joe as he looked at his youngest sister. He smiled. Gwyn stood still and wanted to freeze the moment before her. Her older brother had changed. When she … Continue reading The Year The Aurora Met The Sun: Chapter 2
CHAPTER ONE In The Beginning Nina My brother, the middle child, was sitting in front of me. A picture of a man in perfect health. His dark blonde hair was wavy and a hint of gray had started to surface at his temples. He smiled at me, perhaps mocking my reaction, one that he … Continue reading The Year The Aurora Met The Sun: A Novel
She sat at her favorite spot in the library. She had the desk all to herself, although four people can actually fit on the rectangular table. Everyone who spends a great deal of time at the library knows that once a person occupies the entire table, it was off limits to everyone else. If a … Continue reading Penelope
He stood at the front of one of his bookshelves eyeing the collection of books that had accumulated throughout the years. He worked for many prestigious private corporations and he believed that by displaying variations of books in his office bookshelf, those who he came in contact with would be highly impressed. The books … Continue reading SHORTcomings
There is a battle within my soul. I feel as if I am rebelling against my higher self. There is strength within me that wants to defy what it was I planned. I have called myself irrational for making a decision with how I wanted to live this life. To live in this life … Continue reading Samsara: A Promise
Samsara Chapter 13: The Meeting She made the cognizant decision that in the time they will re-enter that she will call herself “Phoebe.” This was her plan—no matter what the circumstances may bring, and no matter what she decides her mission will be. Phoebe sat in the massive balcony overlooking … Continue reading Samsara: Chapter 13 – The Meeting (excerpt)
He sat and observed the people sitting around him. It was a busy Sunday morning and rightfully so since everyone was celebrating the one figure who gave them all life. He had read somewhere that mother’s day was a holiday that was intentionally meant for something else—the celebration of women who chose to be or … Continue reading Perspectives