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The long and winding road…a poem

the long and winding road might lead to a dead end the thing is the only way to find out is to follow it how curious are you  

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A squirrel is a squirrel…a poem

a squirrel by any other name would still be twitchy and frisky running then leaping from branch to branch because that’s pretty much the definition of a squirrel unless you count her soft fur cute little ears tiny clawed feet … Continue reading

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Tiger…poem

Here Kitty Kitty won’t get you far neither will string or treats in a jar feathers are out as are tiny soft mice this cat likes snow and worse even ice but there’s one thing I know that he cannot … Continue reading

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Featured Post: Bodymap – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

he had a black and white map of her body drawn on his skin with places of interests done in color he called it his treasure map because she was the most precious jewel in his life via Featured Post: … Continue reading

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Featured Post: The Gravity Between Us – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

like two stars circling each other we are drawn together by gravity made of passion and desire unable to break free and not wanting to   via Featured Post: The Gravity Between Us – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

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Happy Endings Are All Alike – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

happy endings are all alike if those involved get what they want at the end I’m an artist, a writer, a vegetarian, an animal rights activist, and quite a few other things as well. I love books, cats, philosophy, good … Continue reading

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Books…a poem

to hold a book in our hands to feel its weight to shut out the world and it’s problems by getting lost in the pages of a different reality to run our fingers over the texture of the paper and … Continue reading

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