Author Roni Teson
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Art for the Soul

Art for the Soul

I’ve been saving recordings on my iPhone voicemail for the last decade. I keep both of my parent’s voices and swap out old for new so I don’t fill up the memory. I wonder about the day I will wish I’d saved them all. My parents are both in their 80s. Mom’s an artist...

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This is Now…

This is Now…

Wake up to find five decades gone Weather is topic worthy Masks are more than what people hide behind It must be a parallel life

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I’m so Lucky

Eight years have passed since I accomplished my dream of living in the front row at the beach. My brother told me he’d rather have some distance from the ocean over fear of a tidal wave. “I want a good head start,” he said.   That fear transferred to me for a...

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The Incident

Roni works from home when she’s not traveling. It’s a lifestyle that allows for freedom but entails longer work hours. But she’ll deny that. Even when she’s not actively on a call or getting ready for a meeting, the wheels in her brain are churning, usually about...

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Parallel Lives

It could be possible . . . Another you, living and existing in a parallel live. Perhaps your doppelganger took a right turn where you took a left. Maybe she has similar people in her life with a few minor differences, an extra child, a different husband, a law degree...

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Ten Thousand Nine Hundred & 50-Days

I've been alive for over 20,000 days. I'm not much of a numbers person, but if I calculate the remainder of my life, I estimate I have a little more than half of that time left. That puts a spin of urgency on my long list of things I hope to do before I leave, and a...

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Impossibly Eerie

I chill out with creative art. This is a form of relaxation for me. I'm currently working on a blueprint of my life. My belief (right now) is that we live in a matrix-type world full of particles that appear to be our solid bodies and everything around us. Perhaps I...

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