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An August Sunday Morning

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Woken up to a soft melody of love and affection. I decided to sing songs of the Divine goodness bestowed upon me, with prayer and worship.

I have a full day of family time mapped out in my mind today. I must say that it is a beautiful one indeed. The picture above definitely makes up our family as a whole.

What do you and your family like to do on Sunday’s. I love to be cuddled up with thoughts of my man, because I’m his biggest fan.

Wishing you and yours peace and blessings.

Xoxo Kandee

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This time of day

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“When neither is attended,and I think the nightingale if she should sing by day when every goose is cackling-Amelia Bassano aka William Shakespeare… (The merchant of Venice-Act V, Sc.1

I stumbled upon a cup of tea in the mournings light and found her name in the stars amongst the God’s of then when love was written with a pen covered by blood ink -C L Cunningham/ Amelia Bassano

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Mind twist 

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Psychedelic tunnels and supersonic dreams. 

That time when everyone and everything got stuck between a voice.

 

Was it from the heavens above or the hell below? 

It’s never really easy to know when the world is hazy. 

And being crazy starts to be more fun than staying sane. 

Trained up the mind hoping the heart would follow. 

  

Turns out that the heart has a mind of its own. 

Resounding scream of a parallel tale. Turned a heartfelt dream into a fairytale.
C.L Cunningham 

Poet 

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Author in training 

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I joke about how hard the journey has been from writing to publishing my books. In truth it’s been a very slow journey. Turtle slow. 

I chose to finish my first book and make it available just to fulfill my goal of becoming an author. I didn’t and still don’t know the ends and outs of the book business. I continue to find out new information daily. I have been blessed to even have one book let alone four. 

I see so many indie authors and mainstream authors experience the art of telling a story about life and exploring fictional characters that are made up of different dimensions and different directions. 

I find it exciting to branch out my mind and make a figure of my imagination and thoughts into pages of a book. 

One day I will write a novel, but for now I’m enjoying the short stories of novellas. 

Are there any more authors that can feel where I’m coming from? I’d love to hear your experiences with writing. 
C. L Cunningham 
Here are my paperback books and I also have an Ebook. All are available on Amazon, Kindle and Barnes and Noble. 

  

 
  
Coming Soon!

Exciting news

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Hey everyone I’m excited to share with you the launch of my new book. I’m looking for a few social friends to spread the word. You will receive an early birds pdf copy of the book and a mention in the book!!!! If your interested in joining please email me at findingkandee@gmail.com today!   
C. L Cunningham 

Bedtime story

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There once was a place. An imaginary world full of fact and fiction. 

Above it all was the grand master of ceremonies. 

Considered to be one but was an army of many. 

There lies truth and might. I would have said light but that it wasn’t. 

Tells of countrymen from near and far were whispered through those that dared. 

Goblin and geese and anything between there.

Riddles and relics. Fairies and princesses. Magic and mayhem. Stir around for centuries. 

Commands and commanders put fear into many. Prayers and potions became one in the same.

Bedtime stories so fun to hear. Until you can’t sleep at night. 

Because the end is already here.

C. L Cunningham 

Storyteller 

Saint and Sinner 

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Duality. Each side of an coin.

The ying and yang. 

To love God and do good work is considered a saint. To hold your values to bible standards. 

To do things opposite of the laws and bi-laws of the bible is considered a sinner. 

I’m currently cleaning up past mistakes. I  would be considered born again. Making myself a new in the spirit. 

But my future may be different than my realities now.

So am I a saint or a sinner?

Can I be saintly and still choose something opposite of traditional biblical principles?

So many of us do.

Believe in one thing but do another. And then we are punishing ourselves for our choices. 

Believe that whatever it is your after may come with some struggles but it’s worth the battle if in the end you are happy with your decisions.

C. L Cunningham