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Carmen Montoya inhabits the realm of New York City. She write short stories and poems as a hobby. Her works are self published and can be found on Amazon. To all, she says: Welcome and Enjoy Friend!
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Recent pages by ccrdchm

Consider the looming lies and fears that trap a woman or even a man in a emotionally abusive and draining relationship, that leaves a trail of visible and invisible scars. Then consider the desperate and daring hope of "illegal" immigrants who find themselves with their backs against...
Consider a child, suddenly more aware of life around her/him, and then consider, a struggling artist or an individual who is constantly overlooked, pushed aside or ignored.. Connect with humanity..
Consider gentrification and the sense of exclusion it brings along. Then, consider a baby with so much life ahead as well as uncertainty..
Excerpts from Journey to the Great Lawn by Carmen Montoya:
Hug your furry companions. Their love is unconditional and pure. And then take a walk along a path of true joy.. The giggles of children lead the way at any time! There's much to learn from a child's spirit. It's ours, for our taking.. * Online readings of poems can be found at: http...
To truly appreciate our humanity, we sometimes have to see the beautiful frailty of the human soul in those we hold closest to us, like a friend who fails.. Then, find yourself at the end of the road, in the sweet ecstasy of love for your intimate companion, tu amor.. * Online readin...
Celebrate the majesty of Winter as he calls out to you from his icy throne... Can you hear him? He beckons you to his dark dominion ..until the light of the holiday season blinds any hint of total captivity! Hope always follows... * Online readings of poems can be found at: http://ww...
Celebrate the Season of Fall that ushers traditional holiday celebrations as well as coolness and the turning of leaves. * Online readings of poems can be found at:
Celebrate the Promise of Spring. In a time of uncertainty and darkness, the human soul thirsts for a celebration of Divine beauty, given freely to all to enjoy and drink. Here, we celebrate the season, Spring... And then celebrate sunny Summer, calling out for get-togethers with love...
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