Deyanira Villalta

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At a young age, Deyanira wrote poetry and short stories as a way to cope with her experiences. Over the years she’s honed her poetic style with a focus on loss, grief, and healing. Looking to expand her writing portfolio, she joins Variety of Views with enthusiasm.

A recent graduate of Carroll Colleges’ Anthrozoology program, Deyanira holds a Bachelor’s of Arts degree. Her spare time is filled with painting, writing, and spending time with her beloved pets. She resides in Montana happily participating in the mission of the non-profit organization in which she is a member. In her duties, and in all things, she strives to improve the relationship between humans and animals, alike.

P.S. you can read her personal blog, here: www.inarticulateme.
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Fading, Not Fast Enough

He called. I didn't answer. He needs something from me. Looking out the window, an uneasy chill swells throughout my body reminding me I'm alive.
He's dissolving into the past, like this winter's melting snow. Except, he's still around like the iced over melt, every morning. I spent a few days looking over my shoulder. 

Was he in town?Is he watching?

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