This time of year is always a celebration of family and gift-giving. Celebrating the birth of a baby.
The ocean wore her silver lame dressing gown
Dancing under the lascivious moon
Tidal, carnal, moaning, crashing
If I were a sparrow
I’d pluck popcorn
On the wing,
From the sticky fingers of children.
I thought it ironic
That brittle leaves
Skidding along the sidewalk
Sound exactly like a stream of rushing water
This time we go to the 7th Annual ‘Savannah Comedy Revue’ Comedy Competition with Thomas Paris.
Gunshots interrupted a weekend of holiday celebrations in New Orleans’ French Quarter early Sunday, leaving one person dead and nine injured, city officials said.
Transitions we go through as we enter another change in our development of understandings become apparent inside the constant struggle to make sense of it all.
The Story of Malgorzata Baclawska By Deborah Hayter Malgorzata Baclawska, known simply as Margo, always dreamed of bigger things…
A wandering mind carries wonder of what will be, it gives vision and focus to dreams and desires inside the heart
A group of Colombians are transforming the serious problem of pollution by using plastic waste—and the Lego building model—as a solution for the thousands of people without houses.