Inspired by the classic novel The Secret Garden, Jane Yates introduces us to a steampunk world of bio-domes, robots and mysteries. Eleven-year-old Aberdeen is so used to being by herself that all she has to fill her thoughts are stories of mighty dragons and grand castles.
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The Carnival of Life “Where did you Master the art of Weaving your words Into a garden of lyrics?” My life asked me. “As your smile Weaves the beats Of my heart, Into a procession Of dreams,” Revealed my inner voice, “My words rise
Pearls of Life Melting tear by tear Into the depths Of my youth, You watered The bitterness Of my life, Into a garden Of sweetness! Shading its youth, Petal by petal, My life disrobed slowly Into infant fruits Of new beginnings Making my heart kiss Pearls
A Child’s Play Like a true politician, The moon lights, A fugitive smile On the lips of each Doting cloud With her own Fleeting promise Of a bright future! If only you are… A little less political Letting your naked smile Play like a dancing child
Coming Back To Life The sky is gazing At dark eyed clouds, Cynically smiling Behind star-lit tears! Why don’t you come back To my life once again, And tickle the shackles Of my silent cynicism Into a garden of giggles? Cup of my life, Is brimming With
Dirty Nature By J.R. Richards As I have been reading and studying gardening and soil life, I realize that I know very little about what really goes on in the ground and in nature. Everything I am learning is directly linked to spirituality and what our