Currents

Yesterday, I thought about the passage of time, the changing of the guard, the yardstick of life. I was driving through neighborhoods and down streets in my old hometown. It’s funny how I used to know who lived in almost every house. I remember how to find their kitchens and the cabinet whereas to find a glass for a drink of water. As I traveled by houses, I wondered if the kitchens were the same, or was everything erased and made brand new? Some houses had been painted…

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If life steers you into a dead end road, and you are trying to find your way, skip the GPS, take the road with no traffic. Founder studiO, early morning poet.

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Patty Brown

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If life steers you into a dead end road, and you are trying to find your way, skip the GPS, take the road with no traffic. Founder studiO, early morning poet.

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