Tag Archives: nostalgia

Time Triptych

Here are some poignant pieces by our fellow poet, Steve Pfister.  We hope you enjoy these views of time, our mortal yet fickle companion. Midnight Butterfly Wings pressed against blue moon- Your shadow soars on shifting winds- Your image floats … Continue reading

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Skating on Your Ankles (repost)

By Joseph Hedge (Editor’s Forward…2014)  We are currently in a deep freeze in Kansas.  Snow is up to our knees and icicles dangle like shark’s teeth ready to take a bite!  (so pretty when small…so scary when they hang over … Continue reading

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Teaching? How Could You Stand It?

By Catherine Hedge Last night, my fellow and I went swimming at a nearby hotel.  At the desk, the manager whispered, “You might not want to come in today.  We have a whole bunch of middle school and high school … Continue reading

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On A Midnight Clear

By John Borel The White Christmas Rabbit On a beautiful cold wintery morning We awaken to a white world of snow. Nature has brought another miracle. Science tells us the how and why But our minds still say it’s a … Continue reading

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Thanks, Marie, and Happy Halloween!

Thanks, Marie, and Happy Halloween!.

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We Grow Through Time

Originally posted on Leonard Bishop:
by Leonard Bishop Leonard Bishop I enjoy remembering, but I do not believe in photograph albums. They are bulky, and troublesome to maintain. There are always stacks of pictures in the drawer, waiting to be…

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Words of Wonder

One of the greatest pleasures in life is watching someone begin to read and enjoy words.  It happens so fast, like magic.  Back in November, my grandson was accomplished with his name, a few phrases, and lots of words on … Continue reading

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Christmas Cookies

Back in 1971, I was a broke college student.  We were having a BIG Christmas with my family of seven plus our boyfriends, grandmothers, and a whole bunch of favorite cousins coming from Canada.  I was frantic, knowing that there … Continue reading

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Of Fathers to Sons…Is There a Santa Claus? (repost)

Of Fathers to Sons…Is There a Santa Claus? (repost).

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Our King: Eulogy for a Dog

By Joseph F. Hedge (Our father, Joseph Hedge, defied the 1950’s stereotype of the stern, unfeeling father.   I remember him reading this story based on his favorite dog to us decades ago.  Of course, we cried our eyes out, but … Continue reading

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