Memorial DAY, MYSTERIES, and a Serial NOVEL

Dear Readers of THIS:

I am writing with a request: please place your clues (some of you put them here on my blog) under Eve and Others on the West Side Spirit site.(Thank you thank you Jocelyn!) I want the story to be interactive, and for that to happen, I NEED YOU.

Where is Alyosha?
Who is Alyosha?
What do you want to know?
And what don’t you want to know?
Tell me. Tell us.

And, Happy Memorial Day

Esther Cohen
Let me tell you why I'm here, and why I hope you'll join me. I am here to poem, to play with words, to tell stories when I can, and to ask you for yours. Words are what I love, how I see, and what I say. Words are how I know my life, and how I find my friends. I'm here to ask you to join me. Right here. To send me your stories, and your poems. And to read mine when you can.

1 Comment

  1. Just one brief comment. From the Israeli perspective, the idea of wishing people a “Happy Memorial Day” is unheard of. Here, Memorial Day is filled with sadness and mourning. I just spoke with my daughter in NY by Skype, and she said her son was going to a Memorial Day Bar-B-Que, again, something unheard of here. I can only hope that we can reach the day, as soon as possible, when we can wish people a “Happy Memorial Day”. You don’t know how lucky you are (well, except for Trump).

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