Last Chance by Linda Manning
11:00 AM | Author: Glen Binger
Last Chance by Linda Manning

Call me old-fashioned, but I prefer the economy of mouth-to-mouth. Forget the winding conversations about trends, philosophies, Taoism. Break the cup of Sorrow over the back of simple Truth. Show me intrepid character. Fill me with the breath of life, lest they find us someday a mere crackup of pottery.

Linda Manning is a keeper of animals, flowers, children, and secrets. Formally educated in the hard sciences, she fosters a lifelong awe of the natural world. Her works have appeared in Words of Wisdom, Postcard Shorts and Burst.
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