A Place Where…: Tres Mali Scott’s Poetry & Short Stories

A Place Where… Poem by Tres Mali on Tres Mali Scott’s Poetry & Short Stories

A place where…a solar flare is the sunlight in the sky.

A place where…sounds of waves and soft music causes the atmosphere.

A place where…the bird’s shadow is in the sand.

A place where…distant voices send everyone messages.

A place where…

Tres Mali

4:46 p.m. 6/23/2012 Santa Monica Beach, California USA

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About tresmaliscott

Tres Mali Scott, M.Ed., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) is the Senior Editor And Chief for all TMSC Consulting Services, LLC Parented Entities. I am a Wikipedia the free Encyclopedia writer, Experts123.com the Questions and Answer Encyclopedia writer through a Pulitzer Center Filter, and am a Reference on the Taliban for Right Health with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). I have published articles on Leadership and Paranormal Psychology, participated and presented Research, published pamphlets and poetry. I am a book author, and have formal training in the "Arts" I am a well rounded motivated individual that considers life a learning experience and "I Am ALIVE". I am an Internationally Awarded Poet, Who's Who in the World 2000 & 2010, Provisional Member of Cambridge Who's Who 2010/2011, International Who's Who of Professionals in Management 2000, Who's Who in American Women 2000, and Nominated for International Women of the Year International Biographical Center Cambridge, England 2000. The Writings of African-Americans® Best Blogs 2010 Blogged in Crisis Reporting by Tres Mali Scott

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