Autumn in the Mind

Autumn reminds me of sleep - not of death. We awake with new awareness, full of hope and bursting with life when springtime arrives. There's no need to mourn the world when autumn arrives - hope is eternal. Can we find the wherewithal to survive in a crowded world with finite resources? I say yes, but the changes need to come from within, not just in governance. Liberty is essential. 1500 words. More
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I'm a grocery store cashier by day, and a poet-animal by night. I also write short fiction, fairy tales, the occasional essay, and a little light erotica. I laugh at myself and cry for the world, and I make a great Egg Florentine for my frequent overnight guests. What's life without love? It's like a shell without the egg inside.

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Peace & good times to all.

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