Tag Archives: childhood

When The Words Say Too Much

For the Sunday Whirl poetry prompt: Wordle #183 http://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ shine, crazy, diamond, martyr, seer, secret, laughter, prisoner, childhood, steel, stranger, shadow When The Words Say Too Much She held the secret close, prisoner of childhood memory. Sometimes erupted in crazy laughter … Continue reading

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For We Write Poems poetry prompt #202: Journal Poem http://wewritepoems.wordpress.com/ 8/1/09 Anger dissipated suddenly know it isn’t something defective in me Saw three separate hawks in quick succession thought of myself and two sisters Bright red truck on frontage road … Continue reading

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Inside The Wall

For The Sunday Whirl: wordle #78 http://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ Inside The Wall Beneath deeper shadows of umbrella defined as childhood experiences, a light shifts as thunder of constant accusation joins inherited excuses, to become avowed partners in mutual stand against further confrontation. … Continue reading

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