Tag Archives: death

Hold Tight To the Love

They’ve long gone. The imprint On your heart Still heavy. Questions unanswered Unresolved tears. Brush them aside. Hold tight To the Love. Copyright (C) 2018 Penny Wilson

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#Writephoto – Tower

They say she waited forever.  From the top of the tower you can see the entire valley.  He said he would come back for her.  She believed.  So she waited. Each day, she would climb the steps to the top … Continue reading

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Last Day on Baird

Russell blinked, once, twice but the message on his watch didn’t change. “The High Counsel has approved your request. Please report to Elimination Chamber #378 within the next 24 hours.” A huge grin spread across Russell’s face and he turned … Continue reading

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BE the Change?

I don’t watch a lot of TV.  I find most of it to be just a waste of time.  I have to admit, I do tune in to the old classics.  The Dick Van Dyke Show or The Andy Griffith … Continue reading

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W – Withered

W – Withered When you look at me, do you see the passions of a young girl?  Do you see me? These hands once held a favorite baby doll. They tenderly held a lover.  They held a child to comfort … Continue reading

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For Mom

I started to NOT post this.  I thought it was sad.  But missing loved ones is sad I suppose.  I’m happy that she is always a part of my life.  For my Mom.   The walls are permeated with the … Continue reading

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I Believe In Heroes

This man was a mere mortal of flesh and blood.  The light I saw in his eyes was that of an honorable man.  The honor this man carried with pride, was that of rare and unimaginable beauty. I knew he … Continue reading

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