• Where Were You When: A Tribute Poem to 9/11

    Where Were You When… The twin towers burned to the ground covered in dust can you still hear the sound of a nation’s cries as loved ones and countrymen wipe their eyes and ask why? Twenty-eight hundred people lost their lives at ground zero and became heroes in the name of freedom We shall never

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  • Where Were You…When (tribute poem to 9/11)

    The twin towers burned to the ground covered in dust can you still hear the sound of a nation’s cries as loved ones and countrymen wipe their eyes and ask why? Twenty-eight hundred people lost their lives at ground zero and became heroes in the name of freedom We shall never forget the day the twin

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  • LOVE: The Naked Truth

    I’ve always been a romantic. I love the idea of being loved and being in love, although I’ve never experienced the truly, madly, deeply kind of love. The youngest of eleven children, the baby, born with cerebral palsy, you’d think I’ve experienced familial love of epic proportions. My family is so dysfunctional, we make the

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