A Prayer At Llyn Gwynant

A Prayer At Llyn Gwynant 960 638 Tadhg Jonathan

When the bitter winds blow, and the rain pours onto the soul of your life. When you stumble and fall, and when tears well up inside, but find no release.…

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What Big Eyes You Have

What Big Eyes You Have 150 150 Karen Friday

This is for you.   The teen girl who feels invisible. A mom surrounded by loneliness. The woman who wonders if anyone cares. That man struggling with meaning. Those touched by…

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A Slight Shift

A Slight Shift 150 150 Lesley-Anne Evans

I am grateful for the way God allows me time and space to come to my own inconclusive conclusions, mess through my own muck (self created and a product of…

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The Color Of Fog

The Color Of Fog 150 150 Jason Ramsey

(Short Fiction) Disclaimer: Contains mature themes.   “You’re old enough to be my father.” Edward Cain slugged a whiskey shot and set the glass on a nightstand, and it wobbled…

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Sushi 150 150 Cara Strickland

It was winter in Chicago and I was wearing blue and green shiny heels on the “El.” I had bought them in anticipation of this evening, thinking that they looked…

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