Tag Archives: Poets United

Flood

For Poets United: Mid-week Motif – Flood http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/ Drowning in hate-filled rhetoric, lies in words that no longer hold any meaning, shouted by faces that have lost all likeness to a compassionate humanity. Turn away. Dive into lines and color, … Continue reading

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Movement

Movement Outside thunder rumbles from distance. Inside raindrops pearl every window. Deep within quiet stillness awaiting direction. Elizabeth Crawford  7/12/2017 Posted at Poets United: Mid-Week Motif -Movement http://poetryblogroll.blogspot.com/ Save Save Save Save

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How Much?

How Much? How much would you give to see another defeated? A day of your life in sunlight? Pain of scraped raw knuckles smashed against bony jaw, or sharp teeth? How much would you give to see another on his … Continue reading

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Dialogue on War and Peace

Dialogue on War and Peace What is War? Humanity marking it’s territory like any other creature. Drawing a line, then saying, “You don’t look like me, don’t think, or speak like me. You don’t belong in my space. If you … Continue reading

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Half Lotus

Half Lotus Everyday I sit in this huge leather chair, legs crossed in yoga style called a ‘half-lotus’ pose. Started as a child when short stature didn’t allow feet to rest firmly on the floor. Causing discomfort when I’d rise … Continue reading

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Caught: a Haibun

For Sunday’s Whirligig: Wordle #116 http://sundayswhirligig.blogspot.com/ running, again, knee, father, girl, bends, way, legs, angel, where, smiling, thank For The Sunday Whirl: Wordle #304 https://sundaywhirl.wordpress.com/ whistle, touch, wheel, word, gnaws, ring, prints, apart, broken, echo, thread, fall And Poets United: … 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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