Tag: keep it real
I am a charlatan, among charlatans, In a crowd of clowns, Dancing and smiling, Wearing faces that don’t belong to us, Waiting for our chance in the spotlight, Watching from the sidelines, Believing, knowing,When the next person drops the mike,One of us will pick it up.
Once I wrote a novel called, “Lilies in the Spring”. It is about a brother and sister, fifteen years apart in age. The parents die in a car crash and the brother must raise his thirteen year old sister. The story started with the brother’s childhood before the sister was born. He was an independent […]