Natural selection came in the night and trimmed our forests. The power went with the trees that fell and the limbs that broke from the burdens of wet snow. Not even the snowplows were ready for this one. Next springs lilacs are going to look like a Charlie Brown Christmas Tree.
Our Internet is guarded by vibrant trees. It is their domain. What is important to them is not always important to us. They breathe in what we breathe out. But, at the road’s end, we have come together in purpose and give you the pages of QuickTurtle Books®.
Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books
When I awoke early this morning, there was an Angel sitting in the chair beside my bed. She was wrapped in a gossamer aura and held a look of weary concern in her eyes and on her face. She reached out with thin fingers and touched me lovingly on the cheek, gave me a meek smile, then rose from the chair like a wisp of smoke and hovered near the ceiling. Tenting her hands in prayer, she momentarily held my gaze, then closed her Continue reading
I have noticed recently, that there are a lot of demons about. They seem to congregate, quite unnoticed I’ll have you, in the waiting rooms of doctor’s offices and especially at airports. They walk about unencumbered, unnoticed by security because they are Continue reading
We often have interesting visitors during the night. Shy creatures with big eyes imbued with whirling pools of unfathomable depths. It is said, you are not supposed to look into them for fear they might steal your soul and leave you lost in a black fog like Alzheimer’s. I definitely wouldn’t want that, but I have to admit, I look into those whirling pools anyway. Continue reading
I wrote a children’s book called “If I Were a Caterpillar”. In the book, the caterpillar is going through the miracle of metamorphosis. While doing so, he is dreaming about becoming the regal monarch he knows he is destined to be. He is reveling in that great Continue reading
Pigeon Picasso had a bird’s purpose
to whitewash and paint San Francisco;
the one that was, was growing drab
with gray cement and dirty halo.
So, he took to eating raspberry jam
and splatter-dabbed rich ruby reds;
even the statues regained some luster
as Pigeon Picasso wrought brighter heads. Continue reading
Each month brings a guest to our door. Nature is full of surprises each and every month of the year.
https://amzn.to/2SZeW2f Continue reading
NOW AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK
Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®
The Value of Editing Cannot Be Discounted
You have just spent a considerable amount of time writing a book with a lot invested in it on an emotional and creative level. You have labored over each word and paragraph to create a work of art. You think and feel it is perfect. You are adamant and passionate about it. Continue reading