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Amanita’s Farewell

Posted in short stories with tags , , , , , , , on March 27, 2010 by Keith Alan Watson

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Well, well! Good heavens! You are here! Hello again, Amanita! It’s wonderful to see you once more after so long a time! You haven’t changed a bit, little one. How many years has it been? ~ What’s that you say? ~ Oh, my! That many years, eh? How quickly they have passed. That makes me feel old, dear friend. ~ Why, thank you! You are too kind. Your gracious presence alone brings back the vigor of my youth. ~ Yes, I’ve missed you, Amanita. It was just the other day when the thought of you came to mind, and then I saw you in my dream last night, so I came here on a hunch.

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Dues Prepaid

Posted in Christianity, poetry with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 8, 2009 by Keith Alan Watson

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I went on this path one day

off the straight and narrow way

looking to find the unknown

unafraid to be alone

A skip in my stride

my smile a mile wide

passion perspiring inside

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Suddenly, there’s a shadow

beside my own. “It can’t be so!”

No one came with me, I know

Nobody else wished to go

Who could it be then?

How shall I begin?

Where did it happen and when?

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