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April PAD Challenge: Day 5

April is national poetry month, and is celebrated by a Poem A Day challenge to anyone who loves poetry. I am busy teaching an online class, but will attempt to offer something each day, through the month. Simple short verses, … Continue reading

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April PAD Challenge: Day 3

April is national poetry month, and is celebrated by a Poem A Day challenge to anyone who loves poetry. I am busy teaching an online class, but will attempt to offer something each day, through the month. Simple short verses, … Continue reading

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April PAD Challenge: Day 1

April is national poetry month, and is celebrated by a Poem A Day challenge to anyone who loves poetry. I am busy teaching an online class, but will attempt to offer something each day, through the month. Simple short verses, … Continue reading

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This Poem

For Creativity Challenge Day 6: Inspiration http://1sojournal.wordpress.com This Poem This poem is an old woman. This poem is a glass window. This poem is a drop of rain. This poem is an old woman standing at her window, remembering the … Continue reading

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From The Forest of Memory

Joe, Ray, Louise, Peggy, Helen (Mom), Lillian Olive, Virginia, Grandma Dena, Grandpa Fred, Betty From The Forest of Memory They were the trees in the forest of my childhood. Sturdy farm folk called away to far flung cities in which to … Continue reading

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Soaking Wet

  For A Wordling Whirl of Sundays http://sundaywhirl.blogspot.com/ Today’s wordle of words: evaporation, tugs, seaweed, released, breathes, slides, water, river, supersedes, embroidered, mist, and tiny. Soaking Wet River of words slides through our lives during every breathing moment. Embroiders them … Continue reading

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“Better The Bogeyman You Know…”

The word swampland  is borrowed from a man I have never met, but certainly would love to sit down to coffee and a long chat with (even though I don’t drink coffee, I would if that were the only ticket). … Continue reading

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