Feeling the Squeeze

Michele Lee Over seven million people call the land of the five Cs home. Copper, cattle, cotton, climate, and citrus- the economic foundation that drove the 48th state’s early days. Long before copper was used as a conductor of electricity or European settlers began digging for precious metals across this desert land, Native Americans used…

A sky painted the colors of love (flash fiction) by Michele Lee

We kept watching the mesmerizing sky. Millions of emerald slivers were suspended above us, spinning and swirling. He and I, each dreaming our own private dreams. I thought about how I would never forget this moment and how it might be the highlight of my time in Alaska. I was happy to be here, not…

THE TALKATIVE BUTCHER FROM THE WEST

By Mike Steeden (link blog) We’ve only just returned from an ‘Indian Summer’ holiday along with the canine timebomb puppy going by the name of Rosie…we do love her by the way…hence I’ve not been around on WP for a shortish while. Regrettably said break was not to my beloved France instead an English shire…

The South Portal

By A. M. Moscoso Blog When the trains run through the tunnel and race passed my warehouse door the ground shakes and the walls in my office groan like an old woman complaining about her bones when it rains. Once I found a dead body out by the dumpster, by the tunnel and when I…

Discurso por el medio ambiente

Si realmente amas la naturaleza, encontrarás la belleza en todas partes. (Vincent van Gogh) A pesar de las ideologías que han oscurecido el camino por el que este país transita, debemos aunar las fortalezas que nos han impulsado a ser más humanos con la tierra que nos permite progresar. Desde la revolución industrial al ser…