Decide you must and then. . .
my concern for the chicken. . .all those flakes. . .So much good food.
You must change your life.
. . .we see ourselves as central. I want her to open her eyes. . .
The distance between shame and pride is so mutable we use both words for the same thing:. . She has no shame. She has no pride.
A woman reaches a point in her life: she finds herself on the porch with her feet up on a crate.
surfing. . .pearls
shards of lives and dreams un re membered. . .
. . .a new day beginning. . .do something extra with it!
I will drop your name sparingly. . .write you every now and then. . .
And after all, it's not sunsets for which I came. It's sunrise, here at the Morning of the World.