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From loss of faith and hope to loss of love and life, not everything has a happily ever after. There are second chances and last chances, some that not many of us tend to take when the opportunity presents itself. A collection of short stories and selected poems.
Product Details About the Author. About the Author Naley Gonzalez lives somewhere in Connecticut with her husband, their son, and two cats. What she does with her time, she has no idea, but is sure being a mom, wife, writer takes up a lot of it.
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Average Review. Write a Review. When I'm old, tired, melancholy, I'll build a leaf-green mausoleum Close by, here on this lovely spray, And die and dream the ages away.
Some say worms win resurrection, With white wings beating flitter-flutter, But wings or a sound sleep, why should I care? Either way I'll miss my share. Under this loop of honeysuckle, A hungry, hairy caterpillar, I crawl on my high and swinging seat, And eat, eat, eat—as one ought to eat. Published in This poem is in the public domain.
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Robert Graves It was Christmas morning, the church bells tolled, The old man trembled for the fierce cold. Saint Edward cried, "It is monstrous sin A beggar to lie in rags so thin! An old gray-beard and the frost so keen: I shall give him my fur-lined gaberdine. Said Edward, "Sir, it would seem you freeze Most bitter at your extremities. Here are gloves and shoes and stockings also, That warm upon your way you may go. Said the saint again, "I have no great riches, Yet take this tunic, take these breeches, My shirt and my vest, take everything, And give due thanks to Jesus the King.
This would try the temper of any saint.