Banker’s Lamp

by Camilla Jean If I watched myself on video,I’d see myself gluedto the computer screen,eyes scanning,hands occasionally typing,using the mouse,Googling to find answersto every problem you’re facing(it’s so easy for me…),while completely ignoring my own. And there are several half-emptycoffee cups and soda cansand random books and billscluttering the rest of my unattended desk top.Continue reading “Banker’s Lamp”

April Fairies

by Camilla Jean Welsch The unexpected snowflakes were actually fairiesamong lilac and hawthorn blossoms,glistening in the sun,and they clung, embracing one another in spring celebration,occasionally drifting apart and falling on napes of necks of passersby,or melting lightly into large puddles that welcomed furred feet of varying size,and caused humans to hop aside, afraid of saturation,whichContinue reading “April Fairies”