Tag Archives: Tread

TEDDY BEAR, COME HERE

Teddy bear. . . come here! Stay near. For I’ve landed in a brand new, empty year It’s started out as fun, which will continue on. . . And yet, this drought still dampers me to much more than a … Continue reading

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ELUSIVE IS THE ROAD

Elusive is the road. . . at times it winds sharp turns– pointed, sheltered, lean. . . at others, open, broad, exposed alike to whipping wind and gentle rain to bitter snow and warmest sun. . . the suppleness to … Continue reading

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