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About the Modern World,

At the risk of being thought a befuddled old woman, or a turtle flipped on its back unable to right itself, what I see in the modern world, confuses, bewilders, and frightens me. Makes no sense in its senseless need … Continue reading

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13 Ways I See My Dragon

For Poets United: Mid-Week Motif – finding the extraordinary in the ordinary http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/ 13 Ways I See My Dragon Call her Heth, short for Marananthaheth which, in her language, means nurturer. She tells me that all Dragon names end in … Continue reading

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A Hug

For Creativity Challenge Day 14: Hug http://1sojournal.wordpress.com For Poets United: Poetry Pantry #331 http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/ A Hug Who am I to tell anyone to give a hug to the world, even though it is sorely in need of such a thing. … 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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On The Inside

For The Sunday Whirl poetry prompt: Wordle #99 http://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ On The Inside Sometimes, during¬†imaginative sprees, want to paint neon rainbows on all these walls and windows. Use reserves of contrasting colors: reds and violets, blues, greens and yellow, to create … Continue reading

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For Sunday Whirl: Wordle #56 http://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ Reflection Smiled as she thought how they used to talk of “the goddess in every woman.” Knew with surety, she was just an ordinary old woman of little or no significance, who periodically danced … Continue reading

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Blame The Old Woman

¬† PAD Challenge #27¬† For Poetic Asides For today’s prompt, take the phrase “Blame the (blank),” replace the blank with a word or phrase, use the new phrase as the title of your poem, and then, write the poem. Also … Continue reading

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