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Wilbur



Booksie Address: http://www.booksie.com/Wilbur
Country: United States
Favorite book: Wallace Stegner's Angle of Repose
Member Since: Oct 26, 2011

Featured Writing

Promptly

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 15, 2012
Prompts - Windy Night, Midnight, Cat, Cherie, Batt,...
Tags:fun, cats, underwear, church chimes, windy night

Aaron's Rituals

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 10, 2012
A life recalled, remembered, during one of Aaron's daily...
Tags:love, loss, family, remembering, rituals, blessings, a-good life, comforts and satisfactions

Vegetable Slam Fest

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 26, 2012
What's a vegetable got to do all day but soak up the...
Tags:humor, beans, carrots, peas, smack downs

Oh, What a Little Moonlight Can Do-oo-oo

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 6, 2012
Humor Formatted moonphish style and why o why has it...
Tags:humor, hedgehog, moonlight, owl, two-two-ing

Waterwall

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 27, 2012
Thoughts can outrun their thinker shutting the thinker...
Tags:thinking, waiting, waterfall thoughts, shut-out

Breakfast Out

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 18, 2012
Men and women pregnancy infidelity
Tags:man, woman, infidelity, pregnancy

Lingering Longing for Sweetness

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 10, 2012
Take heart! The lens of long life transforms lingering...
Tags:love, recognition, sweetness, re-membering, loss grows into gain, less becomes more, lingering longing

Gone Fishin'

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 6, 2012
Digging through old stored up experiences and memories of...
Tags:future, life, past, present, restoration, renewal, layers

Bemusement

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 22, 2012
Late winter makes for a kind of trapped cabin fever while...
Tags:illusion, seeing, cabin fever, spring fever vs

A Wintery Bird Refrain

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 17, 2012
Crows and gulls in winter disport and huddle and fuss and...
Tags:crying, winter, crows, watching, gulls, sparring, enjoying winter-sport

Island Birds

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 17, 2012
A good education never comes cheap. What is heard in...
Tags:reality, learning, truth, living, hearing whats said, words within words

Volkswagen Green, Volkswagen Blue

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 16, 2012
Memories haunt, give way to present-day, never truly leave.
Tags:memories, gone, past, present

Mememento Mori

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 16, 2012
Past perfect Past recalled Past departed Ghosts of...
Tags:gone away, past re-visited, old lives

Cats at Home, 50 Grand Street, NYC

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 9, 2012
Cats relate, dis-relate, watch, attack, settle. All in a...
Tags:cat play, cat spats, cats live and war together

I Think This Anger ...

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 27, 2011
My last words regarding the loss of my friend, this time...
Tags:loss, learning, lessons, letting-go, letting be

More in Memoriam, December 25th 2011

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 24, 2011
More attempts to capture and release a friend who died...
Tags:loss, death, friendship, gentle-remembering

Down the Hall From Me

by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 24, 2011
December 24, 2011 - the death of a friend unexpected but...
Tags:loss, death, remembrances, gentle sorrow

I Came To A Place Called Booksie

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 7, 2011
Oh, just growing pains in old age. Too soon old, too...
Tags:learning, relearning, ego tyranny

Final Cue

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 21, 2011
The word "line" contain a multitude of meanings that keep...
Tags:life, rules, lessons, unnoticed meanings

Writing Portfolio

Deep Disappointments

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 25, 2012
Aw, you know. The things you invest yourself in that...

Eating Crow - Food for Thought

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 25, 2012
I tried this once before - if it fails again, in meter or...

Window Watching

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 22, 2012
A woman and two children in hill-top sun - being free,...

Promptly

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 15, 2012
Prompts - Windy Night, Midnight, Cat, Cherie, Batt,...

Gillian at Seventeen

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 15, 2012
Gilgamesh is the word that drives this story. And I...

Nessie Meets Uilleam Yetts (Scottish for Bill Gates)

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 14, 2012
THIS IS FOR MAmber's CHALLENGE = I CHOSE BILL GATES...

Aaron's Rituals

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jul 10, 2012
A life recalled, remembered, during one of Aaron's daily...

Eclipses Ellipsis (aka the darkness of light)

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 23, 2012
Saw on a site there was a challenge out requiring writing...

Willie - No Past No Future Just a Now

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 21, 2012
Blown out mind, fractured memory, tragedy makes mockery....

Grace - Under Pressure

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 21, 2012
Grace and Gordie. Mom and son. And a sudden threat to...

Willie Wondered

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 21, 2012
Wondering, wandering, wounded. Without stable...

Stein and Pigeons on the Roof

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 17, 2012
What would Gertrude Stein write about pigeons on my roof?...

Choices are Chances

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 12, 2012
The choices we don't make we never forget. Somewhere...

Silly Slugs

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 10, 2012
Slugs Traps Hooks Beer Strokes Pots Flypaper Humor Moral

Gravity Above All

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jun 10, 2012
Gravity keeps us stuck down as the Earth races round and...

Dawton Diner

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 31, 2012
Dawton Diner itself and its history and meaning in the...

A Sight to See...

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 28, 2012
Myopia - nearsighedness at it's most nearsighted - can...

Beauty is in the Eye...

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 28, 2012
Slight of hand? Trick of genetics? An Iris can be - well...

Dawton Diner - Sheckie Goes Out Front

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 27, 2012
Dawton Diner - And Ruby takes Sheckie out front to learn...

Meet Dawton Diner Regulars - Everett Pearson and Bert Hathaway

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 26, 2012
Two more of the Dawton Diner regulars - slowly building...

A Man and a Mouse

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 23, 2012
I asked brucek what to put in the introduction of this...

Meet Dawton Diner Regulars - Sylvie Vickers

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 22, 2012
Another regular at the Dawton Diner. Sylvie Vickers....

Meet Dawton Diner Regulars - Ellie Fortnum

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 21, 2012
this is the first Dawton Diner regular to be introduced:...

A Reflection on Birds

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 21, 2012
Birds in mating time + a window's reflection == knocked...

A Dip of the Head

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 20, 2012
whale's hyoid-bone is the secret of their locomotion -...

A Hog Named Sue

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 15, 2012
zeke and em and a hog named sue - what to do what to do...

Dawton Diner - Chapter Two, Sheckie Gets a Promotion

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 13, 2012
New chapter in Scheckie's life is about to start. He has...

Dawton Diner - Chapter One

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: May 12, 2012
This story was posted first as Sound of a Sigh. It is now...

Double Glass Hearts

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 11, 2012
two hearts as one-a double heart crafted in glass- is the...

Make Sense?

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 9, 2012
Idle thoughts lead to idle writing lead to - well, here

Quasi?

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: May 2, 2012
Quasi? You be the judge...

Four April Haiku

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 28, 2012
A sprinkling of late April thoughts - mostly what I...

Bad Whether

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 28, 2012
Humor and nope, well maybe, or if, well then - yes?

Patience's Haiku

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 28, 2012
Patience is the name of my friend and this is her take on...

Expunged?

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 28, 2012
Humorous take on sponges and their ilk - or not

A Haiku Honk

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 28, 2012
Humor - Geese that honk in Egyptian sound just fine - and...

Vegetable Slam Fest

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 26, 2012
What's a vegetable got to do all day but soak up the...

School Gardening

by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 25, 2012
Elementary school kids learn to garden, pull their...

Mother Earth and Father Time

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 24, 2012
Mother Earth and Father Time are on a picnic, not out of...

Old Oaken Wedding Bed

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 23, 2012
Ode to an old oaken wedding bed, its luster lost to all...

Community Gardens - A Tanka

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 22, 2012
Please note. In this piece, 'gardener' uses the...

Wind - A Tanka

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 21, 2012
The wind is mysterious, eternal, global and yet it is all...

Womb Time?

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 19, 2012
One NYC woman’s home practice in a loose translation of...

Glue Pot Blues

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 16, 2012
Glue Pots have feelings too - and can get blue.

Backwards Life

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 15, 2012
A loose translation of sci-fi/fantasy for the purpose of...

Other Glimpses

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 14, 2012
Glimpses at humans this time. Some glimpses, some humans...

Glimpses

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 14, 2012
Glimpses at natural life - some creatures and some flora,...

Ah, When

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 11, 2012
Childhood viewed from adulthood can be realized as pretty...

Asking

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 11, 2012
Truth or consequences, truth or lies, common or uncommon,...

After His Conversation With Kathleen

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 7, 2012
Meaning of life and death. Simplicity in one a view of...

Oh, What a Little Moonlight Can Do-oo-oo

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 6, 2012
Humor Formatted moonphish style and why o why has it...

Whose Squirrels?

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 4, 2012
Humor. Squirrels and rats and bad landlords. What's real...

Dark Chocolate Rebellion

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 4, 2012
Look what their doing to dark chocolate. Coating jelly...

Spider Switcheroo, Part One

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 2, 2012
What happens when like nursery rhyme characters decide to...

Wind Lines

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 2, 2012
April brings lots of things. Including a return to this....

Scuffs and Tufts

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 2, 2012
Sounds war-like and violent - and in some ways, it is....

Dimpled Waters

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 2, 2012
Beauty in simple places. Life on another scale. Watery...

Passing Acquaintance

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 2, 2012
Sharing watery pleasures with Others.

Dining Out

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Apr 2, 2012
Observation on self-inflicted suffering

Ah, a Surprise!

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 30, 2012
Haiku Piano keys made of ivory. Ivory from what source?...

Just a Game Called Skittles

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 30, 2012
Haiku -- a game, not a death sentence

Golden Fans

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 30, 2012
It's haiku - any summary would be as long or longer...

Rumination

by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 28, 2012
This is a thinking out loud piece. About loss and writing...

The Bumblescum, A Cautionary Tale

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 28, 2012
Ah what a back star can yield. And what trouble we're in...

Waterwall

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 27, 2012
Thoughts can outrun their thinker shutting the thinker...

Elevator Wisdom

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 22, 2012
A short short story about boys and learning about life...

Boy's Life

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 22, 2012
A short short story about boys and life and moms and sons...

Sumertime Heat

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 19, 2012
Summertime heat and kids in the park and malicious tricks

Breakfast Out

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 18, 2012
Men and women pregnancy infidelity

Somewhere Else on the Planet

by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 16, 2012
Breath of life, beingness of living, quiet commonalities...

One Sure Bet

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 10, 2012
What always happens - it seems inevitable -- there is no...

Lingering Longing for Sweetness

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 10, 2012
Take heart! The lens of long life transforms lingering...

The World iBreathes

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 8, 2012
The wind circles my house, blows in and out, and I love...

Why I Hate TV Advertising

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 8, 2012
TV ads offer everything from clean cuffs to clean colons,...

Gone Fishin'

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Mar 6, 2012
Digging through old stored up experiences and memories of...

Monday Musing Dressed as Haiku

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 27, 2012
Things thought about on a long Monday. Chores,...

Bemusement

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 22, 2012
Late winter makes for a kind of trapped cabin fever while...

The Shadow Nose

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 22, 2012
Timmy's back. A bit older. Now worried about the black...

R.I.P. Crusty

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 21, 2012
What's a poor snowbank to do, tra la, what's a poor...

Word Game Story

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 15, 2012
Based on a word game, this turned into a story I enjoyed...

Still The Sun...

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 14, 2012
Only the sun now. No more nights. No rain, no clouds, no...

So I Got Up Late ...

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 9, 2012
Weird. Very weird. Reality or dream. Dream or reality....

I Got Up at 10 A.M. and Had Breakfast

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 9, 2012
Truthful humor. Good can be a good thing. Funny. Funny...

I Got Up at 10 A.M.

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 9, 2012
Oh, humor of course. Late rising but for good reason(s).

Another Littlest of Little Poems

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 8, 2012
A truism is a truism because it's Truth. With an edge.

Stump

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 3, 2012
Unkind name-calling and mean-minded social judgment...

Aaron In Haiku

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Feb 1, 2012
More of first haiku I circle around this sun Warmed by...

Saturday, the Seventh in the Seven Days of Timmy's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 30, 2012
Last day of the Seven Dwarfs for Timmy. Bashful. End of...

The Littlest of Little Poems

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 29, 2012
Humorous take on writing poetry. In homage to my sister,...

Friday, the Sixth in the Seven Days of Timmy's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 28, 2012
Timmy does Sneezy. It's a long day for Timmy's Mom and...

Thursday, the Fifth Day in the Seven Days of Timmy's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 27, 2012
Timmy is Sleepy today. And so is everybody else. "The...

Wednesday, the Fourth in the Seven Days of Timmy's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 27, 2012
Timmy addresses his next dwarf challenge, and makes...

Tuesday the Third Day of the Seven Days of Timmy's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 26, 2012
A better day for Timmy and his family as he dons his blue...

Monday the Second Day of the Seven Days of Timmy's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 25, 2012
Timmy goes Grumpy, with a will to be the best non-grumpy...

Sunday the first day of the Seven Day's of TImmy's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 24, 2012
This story is Sunday's adventure, the 2nd in a series of...

First in the Seven Days of Timmy 's Snow White

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 24, 2012
Timmy LOVES the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs....

My Third Attempt at Haiku

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 22, 2012
Though images, again attempting the haiku form of...

There's Fungus Among Us

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 18, 2012
Oh, a terrible awful despicable indulgence of whacky...

A Wintery Bird Refrain

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 17, 2012
Crows and gulls in winter disport and huddle and fuss and...

Island Birds

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 17, 2012
A good education never comes cheap. What is heard in...

Volkswagen Green, Volkswagen Blue

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 16, 2012
Memories haunt, give way to present-day, never truly leave.

Mememento Mori

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 16, 2012
Past perfect Past recalled Past departed Ghosts of...

So, What the What!

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 14, 2012
Tough kid with magical powers, open-minded rabble-rouser...

Little Poems No. 1

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 10, 2012
Philosophizing on stuff and things, life and loss

Ode de la Lynnette

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 10, 2012
A friend who escapes to the south pole - Antarctica - for...

Cats at Home, 50 Grand Street, NYC

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 9, 2012
Cats relate, dis-relate, watch, attack, settle. All in a...

Sound of Dogs Barking

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 9, 2012
Yapping dogs in the night. Dreams invaded by the sound....

Second Attempts at Haiku

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 8, 2012
More of the same attempt to get familiar with this...

First Attempts at Haiku

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 8, 2012
Blame Moonphish. First attempts at this medium. Lots of...

Sound of Water

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 8, 2012
Is it water music or not? Did she hear it or not? Is it...

Two Red Tail Lights

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Jan 1, 2012
Humor Shopping trip gone way wrong with dues to be paid...

Jack's Not Well

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 28, 2011
With true apologies to real water haulers from wells,...

I Think This Anger ...

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 27, 2011
My last words regarding the loss of my friend, this time...

More in Memoriam, December 25th 2011

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 24, 2011
More attempts to capture and release a friend who died...

Down the Hall From Me

by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 24, 2011
December 24, 2011 - the death of a friend unexpected but...

A Man Lived Down the Hall

by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 24, 2011
The passing of a good friend, unexpected, on Christmas...

Nursery Rhyme Disfunction

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 21, 2011
Oh, just taking a poke to see what happens. Fun for me,...

If I Am...

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 16, 2011
Those mad bad howling blues times when others should take...

And Even If He Won't, She Will

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 12, 2011
This follows up on my story, "Will He, Won't He". In...

It's Just a FIsh Tale

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 10, 2011
A response to MAmber's challenge. It went serious on me...

Fruit of the Poisoned Tree

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 9, 2011
Using fruits, sitting on a plate in front of me as...

I Came To A Place Called Booksie

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 7, 2011
Oh, just growing pains in old age. Too soon old, too...

A Novel Must Begin Again and Again

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 6, 2011
Do you view you life from the right or the wrong end of...

Old Drake at Cellar Wndow

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 4, 2011
This is for a friend who read Old Fox on Thin Ice and...

Old Fox on Thin Ice

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Dec 2, 2011
When we see ourselves, what do we see? And when someone...

WIll He Won't He?

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 29, 2011
Waiting is hard. When your life is not your own it's...

The Absolutes of Childhood

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 26, 2011
Absolutes of childhood become shifting sand as an...

Not Strictly Old Testament

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 25, 2011
A rant that seemed to come out of nowhere yet one that...

Coming and Going

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 23, 2011
A kite is lost and gets carried away, a snail in a snit...

Secret Thoughts

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 23, 2011
Thoughts and Murmurs over Time and times in a life - of...

Final Cue

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 21, 2011
The word "line" contain a multitude of meanings that keep...

Whose Line is It?

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 21, 2011
Who;s the lady in the bed? Who's the young woman who...

A True Tall Tale

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 20, 2011
The Blue Sky,the Wee Mouse Family,the Birds, the Ginger...

Blueprints for Beauty

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 17, 2011
What's a fella to do when something out of his reach gets...

Twice Turnaround

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 16, 2011
One person leaves with dreams deferred, heading back to...

Always or Never

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 15, 2011
What's in a name? How does one make the big, important...

Timmy and Halloween Candy and Flapping Lips and Loose Teeth

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 15, 2011
Little boy continues to try and deal with the mysteries...

After the Affair

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 14, 2011
What we think about we don't always do and sometimes we...

Home For A Day

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 9, 2011
Returning_Home Double_Life What's_Real?

Well, It's Time

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 7, 2011
Two people, married a long time, look back at their...

Rabbit in a Hat

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 5, 2011
A Magician's Rabbit meets a Fairy Godmother who exchange...

Sound of a Sigh

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 5, 2011
Scheckie finds a job at the diner with Ruby and Chef...

New Room, New Home, New Life

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 3, 2011
Moving to new place in town, away from friends and...

A Door Closing

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Nov 2, 2011
A door closes repeatedly while the narrator hears it but...

It's An Old Old Story

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Oct 30, 2011
Take your old Mother Goose or Fairy Tale characters, put...

Gotham

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Oct 27, 2011
Unknown and mysterious driver frustrates another driver,...

The Sound of a Car in the NIght

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Oct 26, 2011
A woman with four adolescent sons lies abed,listening to...

Exaggeration

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Oct 26, 2011
Narrator faces habit of exaggeration and its cost

The Terrible Tutu To-do

Poem by Wilbur
Posted: Oct 26, 2011
child's temper tantrum at tuning three and outgrowing...

Where Did They Went?

Short Story by Wilbur
Posted: Oct 26, 2011
A humorous account of little boy's thoughts on...



I seem to be gone, done with writng for the nonce if not The Duration.  I enjoyed my stay here, and I leave you with best wishes for all of you and for the ones and the places you love and have loved.  -- FYI,  Wilbur was my father's name.  The picture is of a handsome donkey named Jericho. 

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A GENERAL THANK  YOU:  To all who read and offer feedback.  What I write is not schooled nor can I claim anything but a respect and love for words and a mind that burbles out into writing that I am then free to post here.  In exchange, I find in this place writers that stun me and teach me with how and what they write.  All hail and all thanks to them.

 

 

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