noun \i-ˈfe-mər-ə, -ˈfem-rə\

something of no lasting significance; lasting a very short time; short-lived; transitory

transitory written and printed matter not intended to be retained or preserved

paper items (as posters, broadsides, and tickets) that were originally meant to be discarded after use but have since become collectibles

Ephemera is the plural form of the Greek word ephemeron which means something that lasts only a very short time

In the grand scheme of things, everything is ephemeral.

Keep dancing!

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  1. I found the first book at a moving sale. I was at the bottom of my living arc, after a bold and unique start. For 10 years I read them all to taters. Then I alligned myself with what had given me a sence of self worth (helping preserve what I I can of this special place, by helping people oddly enough, found a southerly stalker who is still with me, and life is good. But I am still alone. To talk and share with others who know of the Eagle’s Gift would be, a warm dance indeed.


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