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His Words

His Words When someone shows you who they are, believe them, the first time. ___Maya Angelou On our first anniversary: “It takes ten years to make a woman, a good wife.” While drinking and playing cards with my sister and her husband: “I was drunk, the first time we had sex. I don’t remember. She …

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Remnant of Another Life

  For Poets United Thursday Think Tank prompt: Ghosts Remnant of Another Life We once lived together, but never as real friends. We shared a life bordered by your anger, strife that vibrated through your being and echoed deep within my own. Know we once shared laughter, spoke of future, slept in same bed …

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From The Nursing Home  (4/12/07) I She is pretty sure that somewhere in past she held him, just like this. Wrapped her arms around him like a gift, he was grateful. Can’t recall his name but smell is familiar, like scent carried on breeze through opened window where she sat, breathing in, just like this. II …

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