POEMS: “The Treasure Inside” by Patricia Walter

Why are we afraid to find out who we really are?
We can’t wait to open a present –
strip away the ribbons, rip the pretty paper,
cut the tape, and open the box.
Then search through the packing to find the gift.


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A Cherokee parable: An old Cherokee chief was teaching his grandson about life… “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. ? “One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guilt,…

POEM: “The animals’ Saint”

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The Animals’ Saint by Butterflies Katz For a time, I’d like to be Saint Francis of Assisi; The saint I’d like most to portray, if God made me ‘saint for a day.’ Many species would abound whenever I’d be around. They’d understand what I say, in their telepathic way. A language…

STORIES: “The rainbow crow”

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Rainbow Crow (Lenni Lenape Tribe) It was so cold. Snow fell constantly, and ice formed over all the waters. The animals had never seen snow before. At first, it was a novelty, something to play in. But the cold increased tenfold, and they began to worry. The little animals were being…

POEMS: “A Message from Our World” by Margaret Jang

Far beyond the boundaries of your time and space,
we beckon you to our world – it’s just another place.
You search and then wonder, “What’s it really like?”
if only you could meet us beyond the starry night!

HAIKU POEMS: “Hope” (“Esperanza”) This poem is dedicated to Carol

  “Hope”   Just a different thought, Changes perspective… Brings courage and Hope! Amira   “Esperanza”   Solo un pensamiento diferente, Cambia la Perspectiva… Trae valor y esperanza! Amira   This poem is dedicated to my dear sister in law Carol Este poema está dedicado a mi querida cuñada Carol