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Life Sentence (Cancer Is My Name) 
Renee Robinson 
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Johann's AwakeningJohann’s Awakening by Arthur Telling

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Johann’s Awakening: by Arthur Telling” ASIN: B004E3Y014 A short story.This book is cleverly written in a beautiful thought provoking classical style. Instead of “preaching” or giving a religious lecture, essay or other long boring documents, Arther Telling writes a story about a seagull who seeks to be the greatest of all seagulls. During his quests, he learns far more about himself, his religion and his God than expected. This leaves him confused and full of questions. He receives valuable spiritual knowledge through meditation, traveling the realms, and observing the ways of his flock including those who despise him.

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Earth’s Tears

Freely they flow

As quietly she gazes around the hollow.

Once filled with trees and the lovely bird’s song.

Overlooked by blue skies and midnight stars that glowed.

Gone is the stream with clear cold water

Where children would wade as summer grows hotter.

The wolf lost her pups when crossing the road.

Her den destroyed, it was bulldozed.

She must move on with nowhere to go.

The city has swallowed the lush hollow.

Once filled with trees and the lovely bird’s song.

Now filled with horns and cars that don’t belong.

She looks to the sky. She wonders where she’ll go.

She prays to the Spirit as her tears flow.

Renee Robinson

Available Thurs 4/10 – Monday 4/14 only. Free eBook download of volume 2 of the Holiday Series- THE BUNNY TALE.

The Bunny Tale is a wonderful new Easter tale every child will love. The story is told in rhyme and includes colorful illustrations.This quick, easy read makes it the perfect bedtime story. 

Bonus coloring pages included in all paper & hardbacks. The Bunny Tale is an excellent addition to every child’s Easter Basket.

excerpt:
Though he knew he shouldn’t 
Off the path he veered
He prayed he would be safe
From all the beasts he feared 
Slowly he hopped, the lonely trail
It wasn’t long he was pulled by the tail 
The Wolf was big and he was mean
The biggest fangs you’ve ever seen 

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Renee 

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excerpt: 
Though he knew he shouldn’t
Off the path he veered
He prayed he would be safe
From all the beasts he feared
Slowly he hopped, the lonely trail
It wasn’t long he was pulled by the tail
The Wolf was big and he was mean
The biggest fangs you’ve ever seen

Though he knew he shouldn’t

Off the path he veered

He prayed he would be safe

From all the beasts he feared

Slowly he hopped, the lonely trail

It wasn’t long he was pulled by the tail

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Don’t forget to fill up your Easter Basket with a copy of Amazon’s Top 100 Best Seller The Bunny Tale! Available in both eBook and paperback. All paperbacks include a coloring chapter of the book’s characters.

The Bunny Tale is an adorable Easter story about the Easter Bunny and his secret helper. See what happens when the Easter Bunny is forced to stray off the bunny trail and hop into a hungry wolf who is hunting for dinner.
The Bunny Tale is a wonderful new fairy tale every child will love. The story is told in rhyme and includes colorful illustrations.This quick, easy read makes it the perfect
bedtime story. Bonus coloring pages included in all copies except digital. The Bunny Tale is an excellent addition to every child’s Easter Basket.

excerpt: 
Though he knew he shouldn’t
Off the path he veered
He prayed he would be safe
From all the beasts he feared
Slowly he hopped, the lonely trail
It wasn’t long he was pulled by the tail
The Wolf was big and he was mean
The biggest fangs you’ve ever seen

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2013 in review

Nae's Nest —  February 19, 2014 — Leave a comment

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.

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The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 41,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 15 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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Cry of The Owl

Nae's Nest —  January 27, 2014 — Leave a comment

 Cry of The Owl

The cry of the owl

Sorrowful, it was

He had a message

He wanted to be heard

I strained very hard

Trying to listen

Not only with my ears

But with my heart

And instinct too

Something wasn’t right

If only I could understand

To the owl, I beckoned

As I lifted a handful of Earth

To God, I prayed

As I allowed the soil

To fall in dismay

Perhaps the Earth

Will speak to me

Perhaps she will

Help me

To help the owl

To be free

The Earth be concerned too

I know she loves the owl

The owl learns much wisdom

When he takes a long journey

He always share his tales

With the Earth, the wind

And with the sky

While he soars

Through the vast skies

Renee Robinson