Writing and Expression From The Sunshine Coast

Poetry

Letting Things Come: A poem by Richard Austin

Publisher’s Note: If you’ve not experienced my dear friend, Richard, perform (and I mean perform) poetry, then you’ve not had words made so utterly complete. Poetry is meant not only to be felt in silence; it must be spoken, given in song in the voice of the author. Shared, shouted, into the wind. Or whispered into… Keep Reading

Love/People

The Feather

The news came out of the blue. Jim was dying. I had been planning a trip to Sudbury for my brother and sister-in –law’s 50thwedding anniversary. Their son Gene had arranged a surprise party. As a gift, I had decorated an eagle’s feather that I had found in our local forest. They were both avid… Keep Reading

Pets

Questions For Kitty

Kitty cat kitty cat how do you live? Do you catch snakes and bring them proudly in the house? Lie down in the red wheelbarrow? Take one step down? Sleep away the sunny afternoon and get crazy at dusk? Do you like snow? Do you walk in the woods crouching at birdsong? Do you like… Keep Reading

Pets

Snapshot: Mickey

Hi. My name is Mickey. I’m a sixteen-year-old kitty at the Sunshine Coast S.P.C.A. I’m a big black hunk who loves a lap. Having a tough day? Let me purr it all away. Don’t let my appearance fool you. I’m going to be around for a while. I could really use a new set of… Keep Reading

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