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Resister or Resistor?

Words and spelling catch my eye.  What am I?  What words do I use to express current feelings and explorations?  I see the word “resistor” on social media and it looks wrong.  I went to several dictionaries. resistor [ri-zis-ter] noun, … Continue reading

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Aperture

    She opens her hand catching sunlight. The lines of her palm— life, love and fortune— different than the day before.   Star patterns change, Water ripples change. Now changes in her heart. A gate opens for peace. C.J. … Continue reading

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If She Does Not See you, Do You See Her?

If She Does Not See you, Do You See Her? The woman in the mirror is not trapped in the looking glass. The pond, still as a gravestone, does not reveal her  reflection. C.J. Prince ©2016

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POEM TWENTY SEVEN

    Image Source:  Unknown What Does She See?   Her mother’s words rise up like dandelions in spring, ubiquitous.   Hack, whack or mow them down and still they rise again. You must suffer for beauty.   She wonders … Continue reading

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Truth vs Dogma

I used to know The Truth.  Truth with a capitol letter walked with the swag of dogma.  Dogma presenting with a snide grin and accompanied by narrow mindedness and insufficient facts that draw a bead on truth but even then … Continue reading

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