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Lovers sometimes take strange forms.
This is a story about a brilliant and creative man who weaved in and out of my life for nearly twenty years until his life ended unexpectedly and tragically. In early 2016, he was hit by a car while crossing the street.
He was a complex man who wrestled with great demons while having the ear of angels. Our love was similarly complicated, and spread across many years and dimensions.
These poems and prose are an intimate insight through the eyes of my heart into the soulmate relationship shared by me and the late Benjamin Johnson.
Bethany Moore, born September 20, 1982, is a poet, witch, and activist who has published in various online journals and print magazines. She is also a singer and lyricist, and has recorded and performed with two bands, Dead Violets and Burntsystems. She produced an album with Burntsystems in 2013 called Witchrock.
In the early 2000s, she participated in spoken-word poetry circles in Washington, D.C., and works in multimedia and communications projects for important causes. Some of her work history includes recording audio with native speakers for the National Foreign Language Center at the University of Maryland, serving as campaign project manager at Americans United for Separation of Church and State, as well as communications management for National Cannabis Industry Association.
She has been writing poetry and practicing Paganism since before the age of twelve, and enjoys the study of healing, alchemy, and ritual work.
Introducing my new Book: “A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A SOUL” (The Lifetime Diary Biography of an Earth Citizen) “What started out as a testimony to the Spiritual evolution of a Soul transformed into the Biography of a Soul as an Earth Citizen. Recorded from the author’s own Personal Diary Recollections this Book promises to… [Read More]
by John Willkom
A season at Marquette. A summer with Rick Majerus. An inspiring quest to stay connected to the game. Small town. Undersized. Not enough talent. John Willkom heard it all as a young basketball player growing up in rural Wisconsin. Despite the odds, John dedicated his life to the game, an arduous journey that challenged the… [Read More]
“Seemingly fixed, the walls of a house are really elastic, accommodating all sorts of things inside.” This collection of personal narratives, a memoir-in-vignettes, travels across time and place, reflecting on homes, family, relationships, pursuits, religion, and loss. From a childhood living above her parents’ hardware store in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn in the 1960s;… [Read More]
A story of how I became an expat worker and my life while working in fifteen countries spread through the Middle, Far East and North Africa. The book is intended to show that there is much more to life than a boring 9-5 job/ As an expat, I lived a life most only dream.
An Expat’s Experiences of Living in Turkey, covers my life from when first offered a contract to work here back in 1988 up until 2015. Although I had worked on contracts in a number of countries, none had been married status. However, as the contract in Turkey was, my wife came out to join me…. [Read More]