In The Blink Of An Eye ~ Katrina Curtiss 12/19/2020

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My Canoe To The Other Side 12:19:2020

If we could get in a canoe and travel one hour to the other side to see those no longer seen, it would be the greatest gift of this holiday season. In The Blink Of An Eye ~ Katrina Curtiss 12/19/2020 They say that life can change in the “blink…

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All I Wanted For Christmas Was A Drum ~ Katrina Curtiss 12/15/2020

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The Little Drummer Girl 12 15 2020

One year when I was young, all I wanted for Christmas was a drum. My mom said, “Only boys play the drums.” My argument was that Karen Carpenter of The Carpenters played the drums. My mom refused to budge on her belief, which sent me to the street to play…

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It’s Always Fall For Me ~ by Katrina Curtiss 10/102020

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Jeanne Marie Curtiss ~ Mother Of Me #girlwithguitar

Anniversaries are usually a time of celebration. A day to remember, something special. A memory lodged forever, dusted off once a year. Anniversaries are sometimes a time of sadness. A day to remember, something lost A memory lodged forever, dusted off once a year, One can feel as it approaches,…

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An Old Forgotten Photo ~ by Katrina Curtiss 7/8/2020

During the COVID-19 Virus, I’ve been struck with a cleaning virus, not to make light of the situation, but it’s a bit much even for me.   Going through drawers, I found a picture of Howard, my biological father. He left for “greener” pastures when I was 5, new love,…

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A 4th of July Memory ~ by Katrina Curtiss 7/4/2020

It was a dreary day in my neighborhood, forecast of rain daunted many a celebration. We were invited up the street to a neighbor’s backyard picnic. I was young, adults seemed old, the food was eaten, drinks were drunk. As it started to rain, my family of 5 scurried home,…

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Me and My Cat at 3:35am ~ by Katrina Curtiss 7/1/2020

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Basura and Me 3:35am 7/1/2020

Sleep is as illusive as the breath of an angel upon this night The leaves are chatting amongst themselves as the moon smiles Restless with the world, roaming from room to room Too early for coffee, or is it too late for tea? Thinking about a friend whose daughter just…

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My Mom’s Imaginary Visit To Donald Trump ~ by Katrina Curtiss 6/1/2020

The things that won't let me sleep, I found myself writing a speech for Donald Trump at 4am this morning, the things I wish he would say, the actions I wish he would take. Then I wished my mom was alive, because I think maybe, just maybe he would listen…

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