The Month of May

My favorite writer submitted this post for review a couple of years back and I am just now seeing it. Still relevant. Love you, Jules. Here in the South people usually think of April and May as the best weather months. They like the sunshine, the warm days and cool nights, the soft winds, brisk... Continue Reading →

Roots

Every morning at first light he greets her. Every night she is the last thing he sees below the glow of the moon. Together they weather every storm. Their branches do not touch but beneath the surface their roots have become entwined with time. No matter how much they grow in either direction, the depth... Continue Reading →

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