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Journal Entry # 214 – It Just Dawned On Me

Every day is another chance to make it your best day. You can, you will, you should, and you matter. – Ash

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Quarantine (Haiku)

Picking rain touchesseen there beyond the windowblending with our tears

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PublAshed

Hey all, I wanted to drop in and let you all know that one of my most recent poems has been published on Spillwords. It’s live as of today. I submitted it a little while ago, they liked it, and informed me last week of their intention to share it for their own audience. It […]

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Journal Entry # 174 – Don’t Let Your Heart Run on Empty

When you find something that makes you happy, continue to surround yourself with it. Miss it and want more of it. Allow it to imprint on your heart and keep giving your soul what it longs for. – Ash

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Ash To Dust

i look, turn around, and see your facethen, it falls away like dustlike a living dreamnot even yours in the first placeso, I keep walking along staring at the groundtrying harder to recall what’s left of the vision I have of youonly time has started to begin to fade the pictureeven though my heart has […]

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Journal Entry # 171 – We Can Change the Forecast

Some time ago, I decided that I would start to exchange negative thoughts with those of joy and happiness. I learned almost instantly what there is more of in my life. Don’t let one dark cloud follow you forever. – Ash

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Am I Write? # 8 – Don’t Be A Stranger

Don’t run away from your gift of telling a story, your story. The further from writing you stray, the farther from home it will feel. – Ash

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Journal Entry # 169 – Focus On Your Happiness!

When we lose focus on what makes us happy, we wind up fading into the background. The true meaning of life gets obscured. When it does, take a step back, look past all the blur, and the bigger picture will soon become much clearer. – Ash

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Journal Entry # 168 – Having fun is Axecellent!

When he worked, he really worked. But when he played, he really played. – Dr. Seuss

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