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This Phoenix Speaks

Seven years in the making, my first published book, This Phoenix Speaks , is now a reality. The tireless and tiring work invested to ma...

ink and chalk

Writing on the wall of life
With an ink-filled fountain pen
Permanently making my mark
Because I have never really liked
The leaded scratchings of pencils

That can easily be erased. 

But what about the black and white 
Chalkboard that leaves a film of dust?
Each stroke changing the scene
Every erasure never quite entire

Give me paper and pen 
And hand me a chalkboard too
To write of things of forever
Within the everyday moments with you.


  1. I like the line "Every erasure never quite entire." Even the white board shows a build up of messages left behind.

    1. So very true. Thank you for reading and taking time to comment!

  2. "Every erasure never quite entire."

    I agree with Magaret. That line is very powerful.

    1. I appreciate your insight and for reading my writing. It means the world to me.


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