Monthly Archives: June 2017

A Plea for Happiness

I suppose I should be grateful to be interrupted, ignored, ordered about, or, (in one recent incident), picked up and bodily moved to a more convenient spot in order to appease another’s sense of propriety. I should be grateful because … Continue reading

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Impossibly Real Happiness

It may have been the blink-of-an-eye. It may have been infinity, unraveled; amplified. To extract reality from uncertainty, is to choose every word—every descriptor—with the utmost care. Like each single-latticed scale within the delicate, ethereal, translucent wing of a butterfly, … Continue reading

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Employable Happiness

Dear Future Employer: Thank you for your timely request for help. I look forward to a mutually beneficial career, (or job), as a Copywriter, Content Writer, Contributing Writer, Feature Writer, Staff Writer, Technical Writer, not-so Technical Writer, or just-plain Writer, … Continue reading

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Raiding Happiness

An out-of-context excerpt from “The Sport of Kings” – a Novel written by C. E. Morgan: “Whacked steadily from behind by the drovers’ staves, each wave of squealing hogs pushes the hogs ahead of them to the slaughter, scrambling and … Continue reading

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