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There is a thought that ideas and inspiration come in from a source higher than ourselves. When open to its arrival this etheric essence merges with our being to transform into materialized substance, thus story is born. While this is true, the spark that ignites our being is also etched from the very pen of personal experience, creating a unique story that is all our own. This is mine:  The Reunification of Self by Nichole Spinarski I grieve for leaving you alone down there, without dagger or sword, without blanket or shawl. A frigid world incased in the fragility of your wanton thoughts. Inescapable except for the annihilation of self and the demons that occupy your house. I grieve for the floods that have left you for dead. In a damp land of emotion, floating on a boat of tears, with no clear land in sight. I grieve for the fire that has lost its spark. In a world where fear reigns supreme, and any ideas grand or small are quickl

UNTIL SHE RETURNS by Sonja Phillips

Until She Returns Sonja Phillips Into the silence of winter   my thoughts wander   blending in   with the colors of life. Love finds herself   wherever she is.  Nature flaunts her beauty   as if she is trying   to attach and distract us, painting the world   inside and outside of us   she manifests   in myriads of forms: A little bird, as if god, perched    on a wintery branch   admiring herself in all.  Sonja Marie Phillips Hollie   is a rising poetess, a free spirit, dreamer and spiritualist. She was born in Chicago and now resides in Texas with her husband and three beautiful daughters. Although, she fell in love with words at a very young age, she didn’t become interested in writing poetry until after winning a poetry recital contest in high school. She has an unusual style of poetry, mystical, passionate, otherworldly. Her words are divinely inspired. Several of her poems were selected to be published in an August, 2015 Anthology of the poetesses calle