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Hermes Helps Out

Hermes Helps Out This collection of poetry, Persephone’s Echo, is about the echoes of the past in both mythology and my personal life. This collection combines the Jungian archetype with Sylvia Plath like confession. It also combines the personal with … Continue reading

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The Feminist and the Cowboy

The Feminist and the Cowboy Initially, I liked the memoir by Alisa Valdez entitled The Feminist and the Cowboy.  It reminded me of my own relationship—although minus the drama.  I related to Valdez being a Feminist like myself.   Like Alisa … Continue reading

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From Ethan to Ethan Frome

From Ethan to Ethan Frome You might have read my fiction, my diaries or my dream diaries and noticed that I wrote extensively about a man named Ethan McMillan.  Ethan McMillan is not his real name—it is one I made … Continue reading

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Journal, Diary and Memoir

May 7, 2015 Journal Is what I write considered a diary, a journal or a memoir? I pondered this question as I finished edits on Mono No Aware and continued typing up entries for Wings of Desire. I posed this … Continue reading

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Erotica

Erotica As a teenager I read romance books.  Johanna Lindsey and Connie Mason were some of my favorites.  For a long time my idea of sex was wrapped up in the fantasy world of romance authors.  A couple of times … Continue reading

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Invisible

 August 11, 2006  Invisible Invisible.  As a teen, I used to feel invisible.  I would imagine that I slipped on the magic ring and walk around the store unseen.  People would pass me by, but never really look at me.  … Continue reading

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Passenger

April 27, 2004 Passenger     “Have you been the broken one, lying by the side of the road, waiting for a Good Samaritan, but no one has the time to ask, why are you bleeding?  And are you going far?” … Continue reading

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