Monthly Archives: May 2015

Twiggium — Chapter 4

Chapter 4 — An Errant Bird Sakalina reached the end of the street and exited the village’s hexagonal stone wall through an arched passageway. Yet once she had crossed the threshold, she was not in the same kind of open … Continue reading

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Twiggium — Chapter 3

Chapter 3 — Cobbled Cobblestones The morning breeze caught Sanotehu’s wings and lifted her higher. She flapped swiftly in three strong strokes, maximizing the updraft and granting her a better view. Lignumholtz village had been architected in a hexagon design, … Continue reading

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sillouettes

as we stand side by side our dark shadows do blend but where does one end or the other begin as one image we appear we stand and laugh, unified you point to the darkness our shared image combined individualities … Continue reading

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Twiggium – Chapter 2

Chapter 2 — Lignumholtz Market A buzz of bartering and chattering voices droned down the stone street, beckoning forward. Heeding their call, Sakalina walked swiftly toward the heart of the village. She passed buildings on either side of the cobblestone … Continue reading

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be you tea full

be you in all you do even when joys seem few into life yourself imbue don’t try to be someone else or put yourself on a shelf become who you want to be not what others want to see work … Continue reading

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wordles for the wordless

wordles shouldn’t be hurdles yet sometimes wordles can curdles when burning the noodle at both ends surely it is time to make amends slowly wordles have been leaking too much writing and speaking has drained your word tank read a … Continue reading

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EMRED

The following is a short song or poem, to be sung by to the tune of the theme song from the television show Mister Ed, which was about a horse. This poem is about network connectivity, or lack thereof. It … Continue reading

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