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On the brink of changing seasons
Chapters flipping, mind creations
Leading to the next adventure
Thoughts become reality
Write the path of great abundance
Firmly placed in one’s intentions
Open mind and heart, acceptance
Grateful, life is magical!
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Liz and Garret Adams sailed to Galveston, Texas to celebrate their nephew’s college graduation. Tragedy shattered their joy when Celeste Rogers’ body was found on the beach a few hours before the ceremony. David Devlin, their nephew and the victim’s live-in boyfriend was suspect number one. Suffering from amnesia, he was unable to provide an alibi. Torn between head and heart, Liz struggled for answers. Her psychic gift failed when she needed it most, to save the young man who was like a son. Desperate to prove his innocence, she focused a guilty lens on all the players, including her sister, Jenny, David’s mother and the new man in her life.
Why does man divisive be
When all are God’s creations?
Image, likeness shared by all
Wrapped, unique, a gift to give.
Colors of a rainbow mixed
Each displaying human form
Like a field of flowers wild
Purpose, beauty, journey owned.
Ego drives the wedge between
Fear replaces love and trust
Drop the walls, extend a hand
Hate destroys, devours man
Choose the path to harmony
Live in peace with fellowman
Source descended, I am you.
Time shared, love exchanged
Bonding moments, reminiscing
Sibling rivalry, long forgotten
Roots run deep, forever loved