Category Archives: poem

bittersweet

dark chocolate minimum 70 per cent leaving kids to their parent heart rending, tearing therapeutic ending a good good-bye dark burgundy staining the rim silver glistening tears streaming  

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me today

the edges are torn fraying warp and weft stretched misaligned worn and tattered

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Come one, Come all

http://www.shewrites.com/m/blogpost?id=3506464%3ABlogPost%3A1094897 Outlook Springs is offering women an opportunity to cut the submissions line and submit directly to an editor, Emily. She describes her reasons in the website linked above: a deluge of male submissions and wanting women to be heard and … Continue reading

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Everyday

Mundane The usual tick And toc Markers and crayolas Paper and tears What a blessing It’s so needed I don’t know I don’t care Leaded and broken Worn out beauty Passing cares

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play on words

[dynamic] brashly striding into the foresight, notes lilt on the breeze lean onto staffs for strength as times gone by are obscured by forward-stretching glow of a lantern. phases are unnaturally discerned, playfully stepping to plumb emotions; scaling back into … Continue reading

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