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The People Ask

Discontent bubbles up from country clubs community centers corner bars. The people are rebelling. What happened to character? They ask. Honesty? Straight talk? Common decency? They’re tired of trash-talking slander false accusations. They seek a sincere dedicated wise experienced leader. … Continue reading

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“To See The Light”

Funereal drapes cover backless wall niches where panes of glass once channeled summer light. Faded velvet hangs loose over shattered door frames impeding easy entrance or expedient exit. A single candle sends a feeble glow over a book on the table centered … Continue reading

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