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Poetry for We Write Poems #137

Peas in a Pod undusted Shenandoah platter wrapped in tissues of regret those careful, long fingers trace patterns on your patterns before exiled to await the next generation feast of blame for more poems on this prompt, visit We Write Poems   … Continue reading

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Happy New Year

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Finding the Words

Shared from A-Poem-A-Day at Poets.org, December 16, 2012 This Living Hand by John Keats This living hand, now warm and capable Of earnest grasping, would, if it were cold And in the icy silence of the tomb, So haunt thy days … Continue reading

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Another Monday Melting Poem

deeper rooted than red leafed maple further than their helicopter seeds helix spin and flip longer wider, thicker than Choctaw cane brakes much, much later than Asiatic lily’s beauty fades how can you doubt unraveled love spirals down a smooth … Continue reading

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Remembering the 2011 Tsunami

One of my haiku friends shared a link on her Facebook wall, but it’s been removed from YouTube now.  Some things I didn’t know.  Some things I’d forgotten.  Even after almost a year, the impact of the event is stunning.  … Continue reading

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