Author: E.J. Tanner

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Rich Man, Poor Man – Part Three

Short Story Anxious to find the answer he was seeking, the student approached the giggling party and beseeched the gentleman sitting in the center. “Sir, I must know, are you a rich man?” The...

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Rich Man, Poor Man – Part One

Short Story Once upon a time, high in the reaches of the mountain range, there was a martial arts master—a hermit would be a more appropriate term—who lived out his remaining years in his...

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The Room

In the heart, there is a room That holds your deepest, darkest gloom. Inside that gloom there is a fright That your soul is no longer in sight. You cannot see quite who you are,...

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Vibrations

Strong vibrations are flowing through the air. Do not despair, for soon we will arrive to the destination with time to spare. That icy, cold glare will melt into the purest expression of total...

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Look Into My Eyes

Poem   Look into my eyes and tell me what would you see. Look deeper into my mind, Tell me, would you see me? Would you see the thinker sitting on a rock, Universe...

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Rich Man, Poor Man – Part Two

Short Story The student walked out of the master’s meditation room, shoulders slumped forward, and began to pace the grounds of the mountain dwelling. Normally, a layer of clouds blankets all that is below the...