Monthly Archives: September 2021

Response and Ability

It doesn’t seem fair or just that one maintain a incomprehensible depth of joy when the sorrows of this world are at its unfathomable height. Is that why I so often sink into the groove of despair? I become a … Continue reading

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All Things New

It’s a familiar SeptemberEarth pies in usual fractionsI fall with Autumn’s retractionYears long gone I still remember; Although leaves will soon dismemberSturdy are the roots that feed themUnderneath already new stemsPulse with life in hope of springtimeListen look beyond the … Continue reading

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A Thimblefull of Me the prompt is oral poetry. Compose a poem without pen and paper, as much as possible. Record it or transcribe it. Yep, oral is the hardest and quite intimidating, (I actually did this quite recently and recited it at … Continue reading

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