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Don’t cry over spilled milk Opening eyes to see faces all posed Someone is covering my mouth and my nose I remember Beechwood The impact of the crash Bouncing off the tree As my foot presses brake to floor, wheeling … Continue reading

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A Summers Walk

He was in his peruvian hat She in her heavy bonnet Strolling along the shore Long after the sun had set The clearly incised moon hanging above Amidst the sea of stars Their audience listening in silence   prompt: Names … Continue reading

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Every day a prompt Every day a choice Every day is opportune For silence or for voice Response is at one’s will To either curse or bless And that one will decide To worry or to rest And if you think … Continue reading

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The Secret (by Robert Frost) We dance round in a ring and suppose But the secret sits in the middle and knows.   The secret re-written We face each other knowing yet we never say a word For if we … Continue reading

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If I had a bowl full of pennies I’d never think that was too many I would much rather still Have a bowl full of bills If you would, please make them twenties.   A limerick

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Among the stars that brightly burn And help to guide our way at night We cannot tell friends from foes All walk beneath the same light   This poem is a “golden shovel”

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Myths and Legends

Of myths and legends, dragons and wings Angels of fire, horses with wings All cultures and ages sip them like wine Stirring and brewing these stories of time And into our consciousness tales go deep We feed them to children … Continue reading

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