Hey! Where’d the rain go?




there’s a little breeze


and some sun –


we wait for rain


God’s having his fun!

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When Indus publishers announce a short story competition, they affect the lives of the ensemble cast in unexpected ways. A jaded journalist, a bored housewife, a starry eyed ambitious girl, an Army Colonel, an impoverished divorcee – all enter the competition for pressing reasons of their own. They emerge, with only slightly deeper pockets than they had, but far richer in experience.

EQUINOX brings you the spicy bhelpuri that is urban India.

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my new novel


Please book your copies at the Partridge website or at Amazon.  🙂

In India, it will hit the book stores in a month or so!!   🙂

Hope you all love it.


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reading from my book Haiku and other Micropoetry


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traffic stands by – 

salutes passing rain.

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fragrant breeze     –

flows with the night      —

voice shouts into a telephone.

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Nurturing Thurs – Thoughts

"On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea"


Our minds usually make things
much worse than they actually are
Of this, we should be mindful
They are just THOUGHTS …
We are made of Divine Love and Light
not darkness!


Frequent Contributors to
Nurturing Thursday:

Jacqueline King
Laurie’s Notes
Lady K’s Lounge

Positive Project
Meg Evans
Inside the Mind of Isadora
Pocket Perspectives
Crowing Crone
Carol Carlisle


What is Nurturing Thursday, you ask?

In this amazingly competitive society of ours, how many of us truly feel good about ourselves? How often do we extend to ourselves … the same courtesies, considerations, nurturing, forgiveness and understanding we would a loved one, a friend, or even a stranger?

Our culture tells us we need to be special and above average to feel good about ourselves. Yet, it is not possible for all of us to be above average at the same time. Don’t we usually…

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