Monthly Archives: August 2012

An Ode for Orchids, The Synopsis

Geneva Cole was well known for growing orchids, but her most prized orchids weren’t really flowers at all, at least not in the literal sense. Her most prized orchids were her four grand-daughters: Karen, Cicely, and twin sisters Brook and … Continue reading

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This is My Ode for An Orchid (Spoken Word)

This is my…Ode for An OrchidSweet floral display of happinessHer pageantry is something so passionateMasterfully blessedCrafted from his rib as he casually sleptThe answer is emphatically yesThe question is, Is she stressed?Frustrated and tragicallyForce-fed with fallaciesDoes the flesh put her … Continue reading

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Your Biggest Hater

I was talking to a friend of mine who had made a big mistake. He had gone way past remorse to a place where he was unnecessarily beating himself up for the mistake. That’s truly a bad space to be … Continue reading

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Doing Well

A man says to his coworker, “Hello. How are you?” His coworker replied, “Aw, I can’t call it.” And then sighs in defeat. Why can’t he call it? Call it what? Why do we speak so negatively sometimes? I’ve heard … Continue reading

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An Ode for Orchids (Book Trailer)

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Book Covers and Wall Flies

Once upon a time, a man met a young woman. They exchanged a few words. His, warm and cordial. Hers, cold and unsociable. He immediately assumed that she was conceited. However, if he was a fly on her wall, he … Continue reading

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