© Lynda Filler Photography, Venice, Italy The Art of Love a moments rest time to digest the thoughts of him his illness my Love so long ago and yet always clear present and near words uninvited the sound of his voice teasing knowing that something was not quite right the … Continue reading The Art of Love
The most important lesson in life is to learn to be happy. In order to do this, you must find a way to fall in love—with yourself. The movies, books, TV, social pressures all tell us that happiness is about money, success, prestige, finding a mate, having children. I will tell you that if … Continue reading What is life’s most important lesson?
In my lifetime I’ve written 4 complete novels, published two of them. The first I lost. Don’t laugh! I must have thrown it out by accident thinking it was previously published poetry work! I wrote the first book over 6 months and consequently if I can focus on it, 4 months seems to be my … Continue reading How long did you take to finish writing a novel? Q
Yearnings by Lynda Filler in the stillness of this New Year’s night I stare at stars i m a g i n i n g if they could speak would they repeat laments of lovers past lovers thwarted lovers longing for memories for chances to re-invent to re-live to realize hearts last journey … Continue reading Yearnings… p o e t r y
R-E-S-P-E-C-T By Jan Sikes Henry Jacobsen ran gnarled fingers through 84 years of living and swatted at a fly that buzzed around his head. The sun warmed his old bones and he turned to face his longtime friend. “You know, Aaron, what the world needs now, is for people to show a … Continue reading Welcome #RWISA Author Jan Sikes