Author Archive: Janice Exter Konstantinidis

The Speeches

I watched in awe at what I saw, I felt a sense of calm; from words thus spoke, would angst revoke, spreading like a balm. Four years of mounting anger, combined with growing fear,  were lessened with each word I heard, the danger much less clear. A growing sense of purpose, a vast internal sigh, I felt …

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The Clearing

The Clearing There was a special place at the end of the orchard, where a small clearing with a clump of young trees, that hovered just above the creek.  The child loved to come here. She loved the joy she felt when she saw the sun filtering through the wattle trees, the green mosses in …

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