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“The Rage of Aeolus”

Raging. The wind is raging. A cliché to be sure but no other word describes so well the violent offensive waged by an angry Aeolus. Capricious in nature at any moment a surprise secession: a sigh instead of a howl a … Continue reading

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“The Bride” (A Ballad)

The new bride stood beside the sea She gazed down at the sand. A virgin clad in white, she held The future in her hand. I fixed my tripod, camera, too. The image was well-planned. A wind-blown beauty facing east … Continue reading

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