Tag Archives: Spring

Short, Short Fiction: Spring Flowers

By Dave Hood Every day, the elderly woman would read the obituaries in the Toronto Star newspaper to see if any old friends or acquaintances had died. After reading, she would think to herself: It’s a good day, as my … Continue reading

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Poem: Spring

By Dave Hood The snow and ice melt, and then disappear as if never existing The melancholy of winter departs like good health returning after sickness The first blue jay swoops down eats from the feeder Yellow tulips and red … Continue reading

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