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J Elyzabeth's Blog

A Writer's Journey of a Secluded Mind

One Heart

One heart beats
Slowly then faster
One heart cries
Out in pain
One heart beats
Escaping disaster
One heart
One name

Two hearts beat
Slowly then faster
Two hearts cry
Out in pain
Two hearts beat
Surviving disaster

One heart beats
One heart fades
One heart reaches out
One heart hides
One heart dies

One heart
One heart
One heart

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Time goes slow
Time goes faster
Time stops
Time rewinds

Dreams will never happen if you don’t take that first step.

Fate works. But you have to too!

Every now and then I have brilliant moments of madness. -2018

Writing.Com 101 may be a new site for me to go to.

I’ve heard too many bad things about other sites. Hmmm. will have to do more research.

I am looking for somewhere that I can do like writing chains and blog sprints and just short writes while I contemplate writing a larger piece.

its a mess  – working to clean it up….

New year new set up.

I plan to spend January cleaning up this blog. Removing posts and updating pages !!!!

Very excited!

Just so I don’t lose sight of my plans, upcoming pages/posts are:

2020 Read list: What I read this year

Published Works

Works In Progress (actually writing- not a concept)

2020 Current Interests

2020 Places I want to go and how I’m gonna get there!

My goal is to make this meaningful and not the scatterbrained blog its been.

If I didn’t have to work and I actually remembered the password I’d start tonight!

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