Monthly Archives: December 2014

The shadow won’t let it in

I find that lately all I have are sad songs on repeat, rattling around my brain.  I can’t explain it, but even the Christmas music that normally cheers me can’t shake me out of it.  And maybe it’s that winter … Continue reading

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A progression of pomegranates

This is the beginning of the dark months for me– December, January, and February are the months I hate most bitterly.  And I have been fidgety and out of sorts.  So here, to cheer my mood, I have a progression … Continue reading

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The rain is full of ghosts tonight

It has been a cold and rainy week, and I have had too much time to think– too much time to reflect on the people I have lost.  I have been left too much in my thoughts– a soil knife … Continue reading

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We can say it never happened

I’m back in Virginia now– after a trip back home for Thanksgiving.  And I got home just in time.  Wednesday it snowed all day.  We didn’t get too much, only five inches, although I have friends who got eight or … Continue reading

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