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Wings and Memories

  Memories, fleeting as mist on the wing, so many, so deep and barely lost This. . . fireflies floating the night breeze, jars clutched in eager hands, weaving the trees and wild grasses And that. . . . the warm scent of hay on … Continue reading

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Remembrance Lost

  Remember when. . . . . . .We were so very young, you’d drive up every hill really, really fast, then fly over the top and the world would drop down through the seats? We always asked you to – Do It Again – … Continue reading

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