Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness. -Anne Frank (1929 – 1945) For Chanukah this year, I'd like to share a thought or two about candles. Every night of Chanukah, for eight nights, Jewish people light candles on their Chanukah menorahs, using the flame from one of the candles.… Continue reading Defy and define the darkness
Picturesque memories of sunshine
Fire always drew him, conjuring picturesque memories of sunshine. He recalled the profound impact of seeing his first glorious rainbow as a lad... O, how delightfully that sun had refracted through those suspended droplets! Smiling, Vadim shook himself out of his reverie and, appreciatively, licked the last salty hint of blood from his lips. This… Continue reading Picturesque memories of sunshine
The green lady, or: The red rogue
Poetry Partners #66 'The green lady', a poem by The.Richard.Braxton of 'therichardbraxton' A warming blanket of ocean in hand and night underneath the waves. The wake of ocean liners in a sea of smoke and flames. The green lady sits her throne of furrowed wings and reeds in swift judgement Creating a whole new world… Continue reading The green lady, or: The red rogue
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