Posts made in February, 2022

The Windchime Lady

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The Windchime Lady

  Windchimes of all sizes and shapes hang around her porch waiting for a gentle breeze. Chimes made of chrome, brass, bamboo, wood, and glass swing sweetly while chiming with ease. Walking by,  I see a woman sitting in a rocking chair listening to the magical music play. Known only to me as The Windchime Lady, I see her while walking to school  each day. For now, I have only paused,  listened, and smiled, so many times. Some day, I will stop, ask her name, and all about her beautiful windchimes.                       Hits:...

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The Spider Web

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The Spider Web

  Working diligently and tirelessly, the spider wove an intricate web. Back and forth with careful precision, each strand crossed or bridged another. The beauty of the web would not be totally visible to humans as they passed, but then it snowed. Magically, as each tiny strand of the web became covered with snow details of the the intricate pattern was revealed. Between two strands of barbed wire, the snow covered web looked to be crocheted by the spider. Hits: 43

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