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hummingbird zip

A park crimson mankhet gleaming ruby in gold, undulates, hovers and zips then hangs on blurred wings vibrating in dynamic queue for a landing, clear and unhurried Feet to plastic and wings whipping, dips its tongue, steadies, darts off as … Continue reading

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You him me

You, him, me

play at fate again.

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Writer Dude nominated for Author of the Year

 have been nominated for Author of the Year Award presented by the Georgia Writers Association. This is great news. Nominated for my poetry book, “Sixteen Windows.” I dedicate it to all my friends and readers. I love you! LikeShow more … Continue reading

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Contents under pressure

What happens when you shake your dream? Does it fizz drip by drip? Or flow big and creamy? Or does it explode, overflowing with rattle and spit?

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Ants

Ants   Ants fervently up and over and across drone-like, steadfast   black cruisers up leg by leg by leg by leg by leg by leg   Pine needle jumble makes no barrier to the obsessed. by Chuck Wanager      3.23.16

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