Category Archives: Deborah Hoffmann

THE WEDDING OF 2018 by DEBORAH HOFFMAN

The cats and the kittens were left to dream, Of chubby mice and milk and cream. The humans depart in great anticipation, Wedding invitations in hand and filled with elation. To witness the vows of Prince Harry and Meghen. This … Continue reading

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Basel Switzerland, The Historical Church of the Barefoot Monks by Deborah Hoffmann

The Barfusserkirche & the Mysterious Grave This fine old church has a long history dating back to the 11th Century at the time when the City Walls were being built by Bishop Burkhardt to protect the town. Still many townspeople … Continue reading

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In The Dark Night by Deborah Hoffmann

  IN THE DARK NIGHT We hear the lapping water; our fear is palpable. Three hundred of us, she was thinking helplessly, and the one beside me, so big, she will surely give birth soon on this rocking boat.  Shivering … Continue reading

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