Full Circle


What do Circles have in common? Author Gayle Irwin explains in her post on Writing Wranglers and Warriors todayl

Writing Wranglers and Warriors

Gayle_BozemanFamilyChristian_smallThis post by Gayle M. Irwin

One of my father’s favorite songs is “Will the Circle Be Unbroken,” and Johnny Cash was one of his most admired singer/songwriters. View the YouTube video here:

Circles – we see them everywhere. Wedding rings are circular, and symbolize the never-ending love between husband and wife. Sadly, those vows are often broken, some statistics showing more than 50 percent these days, leaving people to ponder “what went wrong?” Sometimes we drive in circles, wondering “where are we going?!” Cookies, Frisbees, plates, the sun, and a full moon are all circular. Will those be “unbroken?” Well, plates break, cookies crumble, and Frisbees get lost. Moons are not always full. The sun – well, so far, it’s still round, though invisible during rain and snowstorms!

We often speak about things coming “full circle.” I believe that happens, especially in relationships. I have a friendship that splintered…

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Author of Fearless Fiction, L.Leander is an author, freelancer and songwriter. She says she credits her love of singing to her father, and her artistic talents to her mother, who was a painter. Both loved to read and write poems and short stories. "Nothing makes me as happy as curling up with a good book, or my guitar," Ms. Leander says. INZARED, QUEEN OF THE ELEPHANT RIDERS is the author's first novel. She is currently working on the sequel and a non-fiction series.

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