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The Yellow Month

Today the leaves on our maple started jumping off the tree, turning the ground yellow. Continue reading

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Lingering

A winter poem I sliked. Maybe my readers will also. Lingering.

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Nobody knows what breath is breathed in the quiet of thoughts – whilst secret smiles are adorned in the privacy of letters Eyes that look upon a word with wonder, flutter with the anticipation…

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Poetry for the People

Because I enjoy poetic prose and well-executed poems, I subscribe to “Poetry” magazine. Each issue contains about thirty poems and the back section includes three literary commentaries. I usually read all the poems.  I don’t know what to make of … Continue reading

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Breathing Deeply

I think the hummingbirds left for Mexico last week. I filled the feeder anyway, just in case. The cat next door is getting fat. Because her owners slept in and she thinks she’s missing breakfast, I gave her a few … Continue reading

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