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ON QUICK DECISIONS….

I got WAR DANCES for Christmas here is an excerpt from Catechism….. As an Indian, were you taught to worship the moon? My mother was (and is) a Protestant of random varieties. My late father, a Coeur d’Alene, was a … Continue reading

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STELLAR HEALING A POEM BY MONICA CHARLES

Granny says when you look to the night sky You are seeing your soul naked and burning Phosphorescent footprints of your journey How can I tell you that I’ve discovered loneliness entombed in the cramped ravines of a city filled … Continue reading

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