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The Mosiac Of The Broken Mind          by Janice Tindle 

He asked me to take his hand and follow him into the deep, dark cavern of his soul. I hesitated, but he was alone and afraid to take the journey, so I paid the toll.  I saw the valleys of … Continue reading

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The Chocolate Squirrel /Written by Janice Tindle

It was a warm, sunny Spring day. Easter had come and gone and the neighbors had all put their trash out for pick up. It was not uncommon for the crows to poke through plastic trash bags and this reason, … Continue reading

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O, THE OBSCURE SCALE INTRUSION /Written by Janice Tindle

Tawny, crisp, leaves ranked in a pile, Of all my trees, this oak is my favorite. When I look at it, I have to smile, Every fall, its leaves turn gold, I savor it. As time passes, they turn tawny … Continue reading

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