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Stray Thought 5

“But, what of Choice? You make it sound like you were no more than a dumb animal, blindly following the carrot dangling down in front of you.” Elizabeth Crawford  11/5/2017 Posted at Micropoetry: November 2017 https://thotpurge.wordpress.com/2017/11/05/micropoetry-month-nov-2017-5/   Save Save Save

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Stray Thought 3

“So, if not in search of some ultimate peak of perfection, some accolade of accomplishment, why would you even consider what can only be defined as a perilous, non-profitable, peripatetic path to travel?” Elizabeth Crawford  11/3/2017 Posted at Micropoetry: November … Continue reading

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April PAD Challenge: Final Day

For Sunday’s Whirligig: Wordle #109 http://sundayswhirligig.blogspot.com/ mingle, woven, rope, daughter, splash, burning, daffodils, calendar, jays, branch, yours, first For The Sunday Whirl: Wordle #297 https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ spiral, saints, run, life, list, lace, settle, sum, prayer, itch, sing, chip Poets United: Poetry … Continue reading

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Love With A Capital L

For Creativity Challenge Day 32: prayer http://1sojournal.wordpress.com Love With A Capital L Okay, I’ll admit it, I’m afraid of the darkness that swirls around me. That seemingly is overtaking the people of this country. Tearing it apart, creating divisions that … Continue reading

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A Conversation

For Creativity Challenge Day 15: Together http://1sojournal.wordpress.com A Conversation Yesterday, I gave the world a hug. She thanked me, filled my soul with her deep rich warmth. Then asked, What have you learned, Little one? That alone, I am only … Continue reading

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Mythopoesis 25 – What Is A Poem

For NaPoWriMo  Day 25 What Is A Poem? Embarrassed by his open display of exuberance, the man from Interlude bowed his head after telling the child that her mother was a wise teacher. She smilingly nodded. The children’s teacher stepped … Continue reading

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Mythopoesis 3 – About Dreams and Dreaming

For NaPoWriMo Day 3 About Dreams and Dreaming How did you sleep, child? I slept really good, but how did I…. What is it, child? You were going to ask me something, then you seemed to become frightened and stopped … Continue reading

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About That Call

About That Call Poet sits staring at blank page. Nothing. Knows now, there is no end to the words. Lifts head toward ceiling, then drops it again. Words are shrouded in thick mist of mystery. There, but somehow hidden or … Continue reading

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Ritual Farewell

  ritual: any practice or pattern of behavior regularly performed in a set manner Helping her change into her nightgown, waiting as she washed face, brushed teeth. Tucking her into bed, I would sit alongside, talk quietly about siblings, children, … Continue reading

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Beyond Black and White

In response to Claudette’s Weekly Writing Challenge #6: Bravery. This is a very old piece, but it came to mind when I was thinking about what bravery means to me. To me, bravery means breaking silence, especially when it goes … Continue reading

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