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Debra A. Barone

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Mike Sullivan is a rookie cop in late nineteenth-century Los Angeles. There are only seventy officers on the squad, and they still ride horses on patrol. The city populat..  
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Spring
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Spring seems to have rushed in this year as I face new beginnings. I look down at the still frozen ground and I am reminded of this new birth that will blossom as each day now passes. I think back to autumn and how its dying has in turn brought me to this new life. It is this paradox, this circle that brings dawn to each new day and reminds me that life and death go hand in hand. For without each other, There would be no autumn; there would be no spring.  



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Reviewed by jude forese
a very insightful poem written eloquently ...
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
There is wise truth expressed in your verses here, Debra. Thank you. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Barbara Terry
I think Anne has said it well. Thnx Debra for giving me sound advice in this very eloquent poem. I now know what I have to do. I am closing the dorr on the old, just I can open it on the new, life I should not have had to wait so long to live. May the Lord Jesus bless you, and be with you always, and at your side constantly. With much love in my heart, joy to the world, peace on earth, & (((HUGS))), and a very happy Easter, Barbie

"If I have to...Then I may as well be.
Reviewed by Anniemoh Ohio
For every door that closes a new one opens. And to reap the benefits of spring, to step through the new door, we must leave the old behind. Wouldn't you say? May many new and wonderful flowers brighten your path.
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On Splendid Wings_Poetic Serenade by Vannessa Garrett

On Splendid Wings ~ Poetic Serenade has arrived! A book of collectives (poetry derived from Blackbutterfly Poetry & Art, Vol. 2) Just as Volume 1, this beautiful book is another Ex..  
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