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About The Dead Woman at the Border

The dead woman didn’t know she was dead. Didn’t know she’d stopped breathing, there at the border where cold sea meets fire. The dead woman couldn’t quite remember when it had happened. When her dreams had become no more than … Continue reading

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About The Dead Woman and Waking Up

  For We Write Poems prompt:  Wake Up Call http://wewritepoems.wordpress.com/ About The Dead Woman and Waking Up The dead woman felt something move. She didn’t know what the something was, only knew she felt it move. The dead woman was … Continue reading

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About The Dead Woman and The Dream of Red Shoes

  For We Write Poems prompt: Revisionist Writing http://wewritepoems.wordpress.com/ About The Dead Woman and The Dream of Red Shoes The dead woman couldn’t see her feet, of course. The dead woman couldn’t feel them, either. So, she dreamed. She dreamed … Continue reading

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The Dead Woman and Wanting

  For Big Tent Poetry, but not to prompt http://bigtentpoetry.org I find that I am liking Marvin Bell’s Dead Man poetry form. It fascinates me and takes me to unexpected places. So, I did another one, rather than the wordle … Continue reading

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