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By Benjamin Morgan
a piece about hiking and nature, showing that sometimes the most enlightening moments are quick to end and, like monkish insight, maybe difficult to share with your friends
This poem was inspired by my stepmother. The words are intended to provide a picture within the imagination of the reader in a way that might seem intrusive and perhaps a little intimidating.
By Eileen Mcguinness
Swiss themes explored through the eyes of a self indulgent traveller.I have passed through this idylic country on many occasions and made it my home.Having family who live there makes for a nice change of scenery and good economic sense.
Here i take you on a short journey through my experiences...
â€œWell, let me bestow upon you the title â€˜Macâ€™ and from now onwards you will be addressed as McMurthy,â€™ proclaimed Juggernaut addressing his cousin Mr. Murthy.
â€œWhat I did to deserve this title?â€ puzzled Mr. Murthy.
By Silver Wings
This was inspired by my youngest child who has a passion for icecream and wanted me to write a story about icecream hence Fred Brown and the Ice-cream Town was invented
Here are some of my Glacier National Park journal entries from my 1972 bicycle trip from Michigan to the West Coast. Included here also are my reflections on Hesseâ€™s novel, Narcissus And Goldmund.
on pristine bays