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A Sense Of Christmas by Richard Evans the voice of crooners- [34 words]
Ziggy Stardust And Major Tom by Cedric McClester - [70 words]
You Don’T Love This Country If… by Cedric McClester - [157 words]
Widows And Orphans by Cedric McClester - [121 words]
Where Do I Begin? by Cedric McClester - [160 words]
When The Mighty Fall by Cedric McClester - [143 words]
What’S Authentic? by Cedric McClester - [110 words]
What Lessons Can We Borrow? by Cedric McClester - [164 words]
We’Ve Got To Take ‘Em Out! by Cedric McClester - [146 words]
We’Re Forgettin by Cedric McClester - [131 words]
Truth, Justice And The American Way by Cedric McClester - [105 words]
Trading Souls by C Simnitt A poem about the events of 9/11. [1,176 words]
Too Cute By Half by Cedric McClester - [118 words]
Things We Don’T Express by Cedric McClester - [133 words]
They Aspire by Cedric McClester - [137 words]
They Are Not The Terrorists by Cedric McClester - [117 words]
There’S Something Going On In The Mosques by Cedric McClester - [68 words]
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The Protagonist by Cedric McClester - [132 words]
The Lone Ranger And Superman by Cedric McClester - [185 words]
The Governor Apologized by Cedric McClester - [192 words]
The Circus by Cedric McClester - [145 words]
The Bible Says… by Cedric McClester - [79 words]
That’S Not Who We Are? by Cedric McClester - [124 words]
Thanks For Sharing by Cedric McClester - [146 words]
Terrorism! by Cedric McClester - [108 words]
Terror Under Any Name by Cedric McClester - [172 words]
Tamir Rice by Cedric McClester - [145 words]
Somebody Call A Cop by Cedric McClester - [135 words]
Sleight Of Hand by Cedric McClester - [58 words]
Seventy-Two Virgins by Cedric McClester - [137 words]
Sandy Hook by Cedric McClester - [126 words]
Rome Finally Fell by Cedric McClester - [112 words]
Paris Is… by Cedric McClester - [167 words]
Paris Is Buring by Cedric McClester - [109 words]
Our Past Is Our Future by Cedric McClester - [126 words]
One Day After The Cure by Cedric McClester - [139 words]
Old Adages by Cedric McClester - [122 words]
Now Is The Time by Cedric McClester - [99 words]
None Of Us Knows by Cedric McClester - [108 words]
My Prayers Are For Paris by Cedric McClester - [114 words]
Love Me Like You Do Revived Lyrics by Seenu Vaghela IT IS THE REVIVED LYRICS OF POPULAR SONG LOVE ME LIKE YOU DO BY ELLIE GOULDI... [270 words]
Let’S Keep The Muslims Out! by Cedric McClester - [145 words]
Let’S Keep Out The Syrians by Cedric McClester - [108 words]
Just Another Day (Of Gun Violence And Fear) by Cedric McClester - [120 words]
Jihadi Hadi John Is Finally, Finally Gone by Cedric McClester - [158 words]
Jersey City by Cedric McClester - [116 words]
It’S Cra— by Cedric McClester - [112 words]
Islam Ain’T The Enemy by Cedric McClester - [139 words]
Is It A Question? (Or A Foregone Conclusion) by Cedric McClester - [111 words]
In The Face Of Terrorism Here by Cedric McClester - [181 words]
I'm Here To Say (You’Re Not Alone) by Cedric McClester - [120 words]
I’D Rather A President by Cedric McClester - [109 words]
I Love America! by Cedric McClester - [120 words]
I Have Trouble Sleeping by Cedric McClester - [131 words]
I Don’T Know… by Cedric McClester - [140 words]
How Many Times? by Cedric McClester - [122 words]
How Long Must We Travel Down This Road? by Cedric McClester - [122 words]
Holidays by Cedric McClester - [105 words]
Hold On A Moment by Cedric McClester - [106 words]
He Talks About Vetting by Cedric McClester - [111 words]
He Began The Conversation by Cedric McClester - [75 words]
Don’T Say, “Allahu Akbar!” by Cedric McClester - [119 words]
Don't Judge Us by Cedric McClester - [110 words]
Devout Muslimah by Cedric McClester - [135 words]
Class Is In by Cedric McClester - [77 words]
Certain Candidates by Cedric McClester - [91 words]
C. Gerald Fraser by Cedric McClester C. GERALD FRASER Was inspired by the late New York Time reporter of the same name/ [159 words]
Brussels Is Now On Lockdown by Cedric McClester - [167 words]
Bowie by Cedric McClester - [93 words]
Boots On The Ground by Cedric McClester - [105 words]
Bitch, Slut, Hoe by Cedric McClester - [129 words]
Before They Can Pass The Baton by Cedric McClester - [85 words]
Apostate by Cedric McClester - [93 words]
American People Gather Near by Cedric McClester - [214 words]
A Revolution Here And Now by Cedric McClester - [181 words]
A Muslim Goes To Pray by Cedric McClester - [166 words]
A Multi-Cultured Nation by Cedric McClester - [219 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
The Water Globe
DESCRIPTION
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[69 words]
AUTHOR
Lisa Diaz-Meyer
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[October 2012]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (4)
An Old Neighborhood (Essays) Written in 1982. I won an award for this in an Essay/Poetry Press contest. I invite all to read and leave a review. And please be kind as I was only 14 when I wrote this. [120 words] [Literary Fiction]
Drowning... (Poetry) Says it all... don't ya think? [31 words]
Granpa's Walk (Short Stories) A disastrous Christmas Eve when a new widow is forced to deal with the possiblity of her elderly fathers disappearance. [1,362 words]
Unending (Poetry) Just a poem. [55 words]
The Water Globe
Lisa Diaz-Meyer

THE WATER GLOBE

In the shaken, shimmering vale
Of the Father
Only wintry tears may fall
Time wasted but hasn't passed
Not a moment, not a minute
Not an hour… At all
The women glide on ice
A sleigh, a glacial swan
Nearby, magnificent beasts of old
Snort copious clouds in the frigid cold
And hide their hardened hooves in the snow
Buildings are gray and masterfully kindred
Architecturally strong and bejeweled to glow
In the flickering world
The Father's Land.

THE END

 

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© 2016 Lisa Diaz-Meyer
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
January 2016
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