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Hippopotamus Summer by Catfish McDaris

She’d lived four summers and loved Snake Alley Noodles, Delaware Punch, strawberry ice cream, and the wildflowers that grew along the railroad tracks, which divided the old celery fields of West Milwaukee. Different kinds of flowers grew each summer, purple coneflowers, ox-eye sunflowers, blue lobelia, Jacob’s ladder, and black-eyed Susan, their seeds mostly planted by … Continue reading

The Blue Hour Anthology Volume Two (BH Two)
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The Blue Hour Anthology Volume Two (BH Two)

  Hello Friends The image of a tepee is not only a picture of a dwelling. It is also a symbolic image, each tepee pole is a marker that ties the builder to the earth, emphasizing interconnectedness. It is a spiritual habitat that embraces the occupants. A symbol of a nourishing and nurturing place. We … Continue reading