Author Archives: Jan Morrill

Holding On and Letting Go

On Sunday, as Steve and I often do, we wrote on a writing prompt for ten minutes. The prompt was “Days Gone By.” With thoughts of my father still wrapped around my mind, here’s what I wrote: Tomorrow will be … Continue reading

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Out With the Old!

Who knew last New Year’s Eve–as we celebrated the start of a new decade and all the hope and promise it offered–that we were headed for what might very well be the worst year of our lives? This New Year’s … Continue reading

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A Simple Smile

We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do.                                                        … Continue reading

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Golden Leaves – Part 2

In a November 13 blog post, I wrote a haiku about a tree, filled with golden leaves. It reminded me of my father: A tree in autumnGold leaves sashay in the breezeWinter harbinger If the tree reminded me of my … Continue reading

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Golden Leaves

Yesterday, I wrote a haiku with my father in mind. A tree in autumnGold leaves sashay in the breezeWinter harbinger I pass this majestic tree every day as I walk in a park near my home, and through each season, … Continue reading

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