Once Upon a Time….

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“For centuries,” writes Corey S. Powell, who is a contributing editor at Discover Magazine and Aeon Magazine,  “modern science has been shrinking the gap between humans and the rest of the universe, from Isaac Newton showing that one set of laws applies equally to falling apples and orbiting moons, while Carl Sagan intoned that we …

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                      If you wish upon a star, For true love’s sake, Please don’t tell it, Where you are, For stars are fire, Burning bright, And it will surely, Take your sight, For if your love is true, No star can ere replace, The light of …

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Originally posted on fauxcroft:
? I saw a leaf float past my window and it reminded me that the autumn, fall, is on it way, as summer begins to peel away and those lovely warm evenings fade to grey and those green leaves, at least those that remain, will turn into a fiery red display…

Reblogging: Stone Hearts, by poet, Delia. . A real, tell-it-like-it-is poem about the social jungle and trying to find authenticity where there is little to none. Delia often writes, real, raw and authentic prose and poetry that will catch you unawares, and reach inside you, grab you, and make you see beyond the obvious. K. …

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