“Agave” on poems2go — O at the Edges

Still Sharing on Sunday… I’m sure you all know and love the works of Robert Okaji by now from O at the Edges but I just read this and felt compelled to share the link to it, just in case any of you missed it… My poem “Agave” is one of five featured this month […]

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Along the River- Gathering Stones Strung on Threads

Sharing Sunday continues… This is a beautiful piece I came across on my blog wanderings today from the painter of words Peter Notehelfer… In the sandstone cliffs a thousand dug`out caves no larger than a grown man’s fist and from the swirling mass of birds each pair finds that of their own bearing some small […]

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Fall And All by Elan Mudrow

And yet another gem among the ‘gibberish’ from the wonderful Elan Mudrow… “This sun is beating down too hot, too early. Can’t you see how this new spring is fooling the trees? They like it at first, unfurling their leaves in premature green, then July hits and they think it’s September. It’s so much like […]

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Green Anew

Originally posted on The Expressible Café:
Jagged haze enfolds twisting up in mass of edges It breathes anew ready for life bold the light rests. Paula Antonello Moore, Poetry. Copyright: Monday, April 25, 2016 Image: Green shoot by Me.

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You Were Never Mine — INK AND QUILL

 Another Sunday Star that needs to be shared, Jennifer Calvert… In a place I call my own, under a canopy of stars, I wait, for the sun to rise, Of golden sun, stroking the fire, To steal, yet a gaze at the light in your eyes. My temple to feel the weight of your lips, […]

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I don’t remember — Jane Dougherty Writes

Hello All, Happy 1st of May, in Paris the sun is bursting and the flowers are blooming and I started the day by running so not a bad start to the month so far. I’ve been so busy with work and wedding dresses and writing for NaPoWriMo that I haven’t had much time to read […]

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