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A poem while watching my mother

June 16th, 2013 | Posted by Carey Fuller in Poetry - (0 Comments)

Pieces of Yesterday Strange, this disconnect from what would otherwise be Some kind of connection between you and me See, I never thought the day would come Where I would be standing here Watching you sleep that sleep That doesn’t know if there’ll be another tomorrow But in the meantime Sitting here in the quiet …
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These seeds

April 27th, 2013 | Posted by Carey Fuller in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)
White Eagle corn in my hand

Been busy working in the gardens lately as I’m pretty much in charge of 6 plots. In addition to growing food for those who can’t afford to, I also grow indigenous plants to save them from extinction or exploitation. I got in the mail the other day, some seeds I had been wanting because they …
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An unexpected blessing

April 18th, 2013 | Posted by Carey Fuller in Homelessness - (1 Comments)

  This past Monday I had plans to do as much as I could in one of my garden plots  but the day had plans of its own! I had dropped Maggie off at school and was heading to Kent to meet a Facebook friend at Kona Kai’s coffee shop but just before I got …
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Been awhile since I posted but that’s because there’s always more to do than there are hours in a day! It’s that time of year again to go back to tending my micro urban farms to help those who cannot find enough help to make ends meet but before that, I’ve been doing what I’ve …
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Internet trolls come and go but they all share the same habits. They have nothing better to do with themselves but make accusations they can’t prove thinking they actually have something to prove. Sadly, they spend inordinate amounts of time worrying about what everybody else is doing instead of minding their own business and oh …
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    I just came back from a visit with the local DSHS office for a review because they mailed a review notice I never got in time to prevent medical and foodstamps from expiring at the end of December. I sat in the waiting area making small talk with the filled room for about …
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It’s easy to get caught up in the banality of everyday living, something I don’t recommend doing. Since I can only speak from where I’ve been and see myself going, I can only give you glimpses of the life I’m currently living. Yes, to many it’s a nightmare they don’t want to live much less …
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Somebody recently accused me of doing what I do just for attention and you know what? They’re absolutely right! I want to bring as much attention as possible to the reality of homelessness because that’s the only way to get rid of ignorance! For those of you who don’t know, once you fall through the cracks …
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Are still echoing

January 15th, 2013 | Posted by Carey Fuller in Homelessness | Poetry - (0 Comments)

This is the month I found out what happened to them. Sammie Jo and her sister Carmen, two homeless native girls I tried my damnedest to help. The man who murdrered them deserves the death penalty but time will tell if that ever happens. If you wonder why I do what I do with homeless …
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The things people say

December 30th, 2012 | Posted by Carey Fuller in Homelessness - (0 Comments)

“She’s so smart and talented, I can’t believe she’s homeless.” “Wow, how do you do all the stuff you do?” “How come you’ve been homeless for so long?” Sound familiar? Most of the time when I hear comments like these, I don’t take them personally because when people let things like this out of their …
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