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I have 38 stories published in 0 collections on the site.
My stories have been read 28124 times and 5 of my stories have been cherry picked.
14 of my 163 comments have been voted Great Feedback with a total of 14 votes

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Multimedia artist-Writer-Art Therapist

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the path’s reveal unwind

the path’s reveal unwind By MarciaMarcia I thought I knew the me of me Inside the depth and breadth of me where seeds of possibility lay sleeping...


A Poet Answers “I Have An Imaginary Daughter” by Lavadis “ Never-be-s” by MarciaMarcia to open....peek and inward....reach begins a tethered grasp...

What of Love’s

What of Love’s. (Poetry monthly) By MarciaMarcia What of Love’s affair artist and muse, imagined, inanimate, spirit or flesh, caught in a moment’s...

What I Don’t Understand Is

What I don’t understand is... what I don’t understand is how a Congress, made up, of the people, by the people and for the people, can splinter and...

Easy Sax. By MarciaMarcia

Easy Sax easy Sax you are not so easy making movement in soulful scale rising piercing silence you tug at the senses arousing longings which touch a...


14 of my comments have received 14 Great Feedback votes

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Beautiful and richly told,

Posted on Sun, 20 Dec 2015

Beautiful and richly told, continuation of family saga. The historical richness of Paris described a portal glimpse to a time only dreamed of. Please give us more Sim. A wonderful read. 


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My Goodness .....Sadie it is.

Posted on Wed, 02 Dec 2015

My Goodness .....Sadie it is.... You have painted her back, in all her memory and purpose.

i am in her room, sensing all of her, the vivid memory returning....more than a visitation...a resurrection

And indeed, you are a writer.......

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Sim...I love it...all of it..

Posted on Wed, 25 Nov 2015

Sim...I love it...all of it...the entire read !!!

It's wonderful. It made me laugh and travel to a time of childhood abandon, freedom from adults and discovery of quieted self and like, loving  companions. 

Give us more, so we can...

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