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Achieve Your Goals in 2020

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Resolutions are for everyday, not just for the new year. Although I also set my plans and goals for 2020, and I am determined to achieve them, we must remind ourselves that as the year goes on we must stay… Continue Reading

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Welcome 2020!

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To shed the past of this last year and to welcome the new year, 2020, I wrote a poem. I awoke inspired, for I have a feeling that 2020 has much in store, much good. Over the last days of… Continue Reading

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The Power of the Spoken Word – Poets Speak

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Last night I participated in a poetry event at a local art gallery. The event took place at the Patricia Mendoza Gallery in San Jose Del Cabo, on the tip of the beautiful Baja peninsula in Mexico. Because of the… Continue Reading

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Free Style Poem – The Poison in You

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This poem was inspired by someone who is very close to me. When he is overcome by anger, it consumes him like poison, and as much as he would like to change, he takes no steps to do so. As… Continue Reading

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A Christmas Tail – by Sudesna Ghosh – A Book Review

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This one is a short story, perfect for Christmas. It’s that time of the year when people who choose to be alone, or are alone – because of circumstances or life’s events – are looked upon with some compassion. But… Continue Reading

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It’s Hard To Be a Vampire – By Victoria Faust – A Book Review

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I chose this book because of the title (and I also love good vampire stories). I know, it’s not a convincing reason, but I guess it just shows that a catchy title (and also a cover) may help convince a… Continue Reading

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Life After an Emotionally Abusive Relationship – I’m Free!

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Yesterday I called a friend of my ex boyfriend, not because I want my ex back, because I don’t, but to share something which I thought could help him with his issues. His friend told me: “We can’t help him… Continue Reading