Author Archives: Pat Cegan

Thy Mercy

Thank You for the mercy of unanswered prayers for often I mix want with need. Ah, the wisdom of our Creator!

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Indifference

What’s between love and hate is there a middle ground perhaps indifference lies there waiting for us to decide.

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Home

Where is home? Why is it home? What is it like for those who have no home, who somehow seem outcasts unworthy, even causing us to fear them? What does it say about a society which has many empty houses … Continue reading

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My Voice

I have a voice that is uniquely mine. It is full of spiraling ways twists and turns enigmatic conclusions that answers to no one for only I can be who I am. I am a wise old woman whose voice … Continue reading

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The Voices of Others

I am shutting out the other voices. From now on, I am listening only to my own. Do not discourage my uniqueness. I am shutting out other voices. Don’t be scared of being who you are. Other people’s approval comes … Continue reading

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Our Stories

Stories told by story tellers are real, but what is real? Some days real and unreal seem to merge together leaving me just accepting not analyzing judging for really, what if none of this is important or it’s important only … Continue reading

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Turtles

Turtles don’t rent apartments home is everywhere they go a wise way of living.

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