Both a query and a reflection.
...so it was, lying beside her husband among the warm blankets, Jehanna could think only of the strange priest in his lonesome vigil within the church...always in the days following her visit to the stone church, it seemed a weariness she could not shake walked with her... Part 2 of my short fiction story "The Bells of Reine". Enjoy.
In the days to come, the minutes I have away from my studies and my family, I’m going to spend enjoying every moment of spring I can soak up...
A whimsical, dreamy poem - made up of three haiku.
GO OFF (or GO IN OFF) THE DEEP END (informal) This expression refers to the deep end of a swimming pool...in the USA, the phrase has also developed the meaning ‘go mad’, but in either sense the underlying idea is of a sudden explosive loss of self-control.