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Tell Me Your Story.

Girl Warriors Blog| Views: 159

Girl Warrior Tell me your story I am here to listen and to learn Tell me your story To shine the light on your valued life Tell me your story And I will share it tenderly with...

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The Potter Man.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 65

Hey Toby, Remember me And when We first met It’s been A lifetime or two Since then Memories recede For some But I Remember you Vividly   It was the Summer of ‘74 Nixon...

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Angels and the Devil.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 502

After you broke my heart Sometimes I soared with the angels And kissed the feet of God.   Sometimes I groveled in the mud And made deals with the devil.   But most of...

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Breakdown.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 564

Hey E Baby, most of the time I can deal with this thing that hangs in the air like smoke from the cigarettes you couldn’t live without I put on the brave face red lipstick...

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Sunday Morning.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 299

Hey E Baby I was thinking about that Sunday morning Just after we bought the house It was November and the rain Was pelting on the window All dark and dreary outside So you put...

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Some Simple Thoughts on Creativity.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 299

Write the stories you like to read. Make the music you like to listen to. Paint what you see with your heart not your eyes. Take pictures of the things that delight you. Weave...

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Open Heart Surgery.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 370

The act of authentic writing is like performing open-heart surgery on yourself. Without anesthetic. You slice open your chest, rip apart your flesh, hack into your bones and pull...

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Peripheral Vision.

Breadman's Daughter| Views: 321

When I’m driving, The things I see in my peripheral vision frighten me. More than anything I see square on, Or right in front of my face. These are the bugaboos that catch me...

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