Category Archive: poetry

The Serious Poet

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In honor of the serious poet in my family,  I’ll begin with a not-so-serious haiku type substance.  Feel free to compare this to the work of a cerebral, thoughtful poet who’s good enough to… Continue reading

Dog Being

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Whispers of happy, in the heart of your being, heal the sorrowed soul.  

Fish tail

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Tanks for the memories… reading the blurbs to me and pointing out the fish that I couldn’t see. Picture the mother of all shark bait. What a great way to say “I love you… Continue reading

What I’ve learned from flowers and dogs

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When life tries to take your breath away Breathe deeply. When love tries to take your heart away Give freely.

Streams of thought

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Have you ever dreamed a poem before?  I wouldn’t recommend it. The short-lived Hippie in me from the ’60’s has only one word for this: Bummer! I knoweth not the shadows of my… Continue reading

overbending

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Wonder in the woods at rivers of moss bending overflowing trees  

Through the Mire

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Writing in the dark I see inside my mind a hallway leading to conduits of thought. . In the dark I see clarity. Undaunted revelations leading past my want… past my need. .… Continue reading

Dissecting poetry?

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I know not the hour the day or the time. I know not the poem by name. . I do not know how to tear the words and timbre asunder. . I only… Continue reading

The 2 am mind

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What’s on my mind? Nothing much at 2 in the morning (that I haven’t already written about in my last post). Guess I’ll write a haiku before going to bed. The 2 am… Continue reading

Rescued

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  Appreciation, eyes glimmering contentment carried in the heart. Several years ago she was abandoned, so abused that she couldn’t be told “no” without yelping in fright and running away.  When I looked at… Continue reading