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I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 When we write about tomorrow  (E)
A poetry club piece about tomorrow--and how we sometimes write about it.
It's called "When we write about tomorrow" and is a short poem which asks questions about how we--write about tomorrow. It's another one of my last-minute pieces, but don't hold that against it. Please give it a look.
I've just edited an item in my portfolio:
 Stranger in the rain  (13+)
A menacing figure arrives in a small town and the local chief of police wants to know why
If you read this before Friday and feel confused about everything at the end, please pardon my progress. I'm adding to this piece and hope to get it done in time to enter this month's contest. Thanks for your patience.
I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 The diagnosis  (13+)
A young man is diagnosed with a condition he does not expect.
I hope I've entered my story "The diagnosis" in the Mental Health Writers Alliance's Mental Health Day challenge.
I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 The diagnosis  (13+)
A man is diagnosed with a condition that might surprise many--even him.
My latest is an entry in the latest MHWA contest. It's entitled "The diagnosis" and is available now in my portfolio. Hope you like it.
I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 Suffer the little children  (13+)
Suppose Jesus ministered to the detained children on the southern border.
I have a new poem, entitled "Suffer the Little Children" posted. It's timely and I hope, thought provoking. Give it a look.
I've added a new item to my portfolio: {b2-item:2199922 It's a poem about family and some unique memories. I may have more to add BTW, so keep an eye on it. The piece is entitled "Elaine" and she should be easy to keep an eye on. Give it a read, but remrmber it is still under construction.
I've just edited an item in my portfolio: {b2-item:2158405 another typo corrected.
I've just edited an item in my portfolio:
 The Rerun  (13+)
A troubled teen's reaction to a rerun TV show causes concern when they parallel reality.
I had to make a few changes in a previous item "The Rerun" and I have posted that revised version online. I may also be adding a revised version in the near future, so watch for it.
I've just edited an item in my portfolio:
 It started on State Street   (ASR)
Two lost loves are reunited by accident one late summer's afternoon in Chicago.
An update from the world's worst proofreader: My story is now ready for review. I mean it.
II've added a new item to my portfolio:
 It started on State Street   (ASR)
Two lost loves are reunited by accident one late summer's afternoon in Chicago.
I'm going to try piecing together a number of short stories to tell a big one with this addition to the portfolio. The name of this installment is "It started on State Street" and deals with how a pair of lost loves accidentally meet one summer's afternoon. Please give it a look and a review.
I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 If Jesus ate with the Trench Coat Mafia  (E)
Suppose Jesus had lunch with the group which produced the Columbine High School shooters
What if the Lord had sat down to each lunch with the group which, among other things, was the crowd that included two of the worst mass shooters of the late 20th Century? That is the question posed by my new portfolio post "If Jesus ate with the Trench Coat Mafia". It wonders what our reaction would be had the Lord sat down to sup with wwell, just about any group of unpopular students. It was written in the wake of the Columbine High School shootings, hence the title. Please give it a look.
I've added a new item to my portfolio: {b2-item:2197603 When two adolescent sweethearts are separated by circumstance, it's up to his aunt and her uncel to bring them back together. To find out what happens, read my latest portfolio entry, "Aunt Mel saves the romance". Things do get a little strange at the end as you will enter one of the more unusual literary landscapes you'll ever encounter (or maybe not), As one of the central characters says early in the story "as weird as this town is..." I'll have to warn you about that.As pedestrian and average as it will read, many of the elements are drawn from my personal dreamscape and characters from stories I constructed in my mind over the years. Read and hopefully enjoy in my portfolio.
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I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 Memories of a Christmas in July  (E)
A tribute to Walter Cronkite focusing on his reaction to the first moon landing in 1969,
I have added a new item to my portfolio, "Memories of a Christmas in July".
On the golden anniversary of man's first landing on the moon, we weave that momentous event into a tribute to a man who described it for millions on radio and TV-CBS newsman Walter Cronkite. his work recalls the almost boyish wonder that Cronkite displayed while describing the liftoff of Apollo 11 and its landing on the lunar surface. The poem was a memorial tribute to Cronkite and is also intended as such on this, the tenth anniversary of his passing in 2009. Please read and comment , if possible.
I've added a new item to my portfolio:
 I dream that he is me  (E)
what child athletes think while playing, with a Women's World Cup shout out at the end.
Yes, I have actually added a new item to my portfolio. It's a poem about those youngsters who daydream while practicing a sports (that's right, all of us), so please read and review. It's called I dream that he is me and I've partly posted it because of the USA
s win in the Women's World Cup (the 1999 champs inspired it originally). Enjoy,