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Monthly Archives: September 2005

A Poetic Interlude to Easier Said Than Done

by Nikki Woods on Friday, September 23, 2005

Easier Said Than Done – Cover

The crisp, ripe smell of destiny is aglow, vividly.

Awaiting accomodation from my smile.

So, my tender lips, ever so gently embraces and ignites such flames of promise.

I shall heal.

The frostbitten and brittle days of yesteryears rested heavily on my soul ……a burdened milestone smoothed from bouts of blue anguish.

I shall release.

Taking hold of the future without fear, using all of my senses to embrace what lies ahead.

The future represents my passion awakened from the soul [...]

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Bouncin’ from Bermuda

by Nikki Woods on Monday, September 12, 2005

Beautiful Bermuda

Beautiful Bermuda. With all that has been going on with Hurricane Katrina, most of my attention has been focused on collecting supplies and doing what I can to try and aid the survivors of such a devastating event. But I would be remiss if I didn’t send some love to an island that opened it’s hospitable arms and welcomed me like the prodigal child returning home.

I visited the island from September 1st to September [...]

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Lest we forget ……………..

by Nikki Woods on Sunday, September 11, 2005

On Sept. 11, 2001, in the worst single act of terrorism committed on U.S. soil, nearly 3,000 people died when two hijacked jetliners crashed into New York’s World Trade Center, causing the twin towers to fall, a commandeered jetliner smashed into the Pentagon and a fourth hijacked plane crashed in western Pennsylvania.

The fearless leaders of our country took time out of their busy schedules to observe a moment of silence. But I wonder what they are really thinking? [...]

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This is Life

by Nikki Woods on Thursday, September 8, 2005

Hurricane Katrina

This is Life_______________________________________________________________________________By Shaye

Bitter wind slaps indiscriminately against my forgotten, lucid windows while my melancholy tears, inflamed with tenderness, cascade wearily and stain my velvet journal of yesteryear a deep hue of azure.


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by Nikki Woods on Monday, September 5, 2005

Continued prayers ……

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