She danced

Through her youth Loved to twirlf Was good at it then she married a jealous man Told my best friend Told best women I ever knew biggest heart Empathic like her dear old Mom ‘Don’t dance your horrid!’ Instead of dancing with her He used his angry words Hurt her pride Crushed her heart 1956Continue reading “She danced”

Chapter 1b,On the wings of heroes by Richard Peck

Chapter 3b,Lancaster County Christmas by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Chapter 3a,A lancaster Christmas by Suzanne Woods Fisher

Ode to Jane’s Kay

Londen wives True to form Not straight actresses playing lesbians Married in love Jane a friend of this poet for many a year Love suffering Few good days left for Miss Kay Comes home only to return Hospice Kay knows Jane will always hold her heart Jane knows Kay will always be by her sideContinue reading “Ode to Jane’s Kay”