GOLDEN HARMONIES

  Sight sees, on Sundays, beds of bowing sunflowers, bowing in beauty, not weeping from weary, caught under careful clouds; to comfort, not to crush, sweet simplicity in growing gardens, growing gold, going on, going green. Sight sees, on Sundays, harmony reigning majestically. All Words and Photographs by Damien B. Donnelly

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A NEW BEGINNING

  Is that a day still to come birthing in the distance rising through the stillness writing on the heavens the joy we’ve yet to know? Is that a beacon blazing bright a siren for survivors a moment for the missing a reason to believe the pain can fade with night? Is that a hope […]

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SUNDAY SHARING; Dancing — Jane Dougherty Writes

Sunday sharing could not be done without this beautiful dance with the wilderness by Jane Dougherty of Jane Dougherty Writes. Check it out and come dance with the rest of us… The Secret Keeper’s weekly writing prompt provides five words to incorporate in a poem. Sometimes, I don’t get on with the words at all, […]

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SHARING SUNDAY; Off With My Head — eatartdaily

Sunday Sharing loves this monster in love poem from Christos Polydorou from eatartdaily:   My lover is hero, is titan… My lover’s contribution to life is tantamount to genius… This must be love Vertiginous heights Candy cotton the clouds… Handpicked me! Of all people! Roared down from the heavens and cut my head off! This […]

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SHARING SUNDAY; All the ways — Christina Strigas

Sharing Sunday could not ignore this powerhouse poem from Christina Strigas: First time I almost died was before I was even born. Miracle baby, the doctor said. Nowadays it’s only breech eyes closed but in ’68 it was some kind of miracle that my mom still tells me like it’s the first time what a story […]

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SHARING SUNDAY; Contoocook

Originally posted on Poesy plus Polemics:
“Contoocook River, Henniker New Hampshire” by Exponential Terrestrial Pedestrian ? running north cold and clean bass and trout flourish under blue freewheeling shadows of eagle and heron tall high-stepping sure-footed moose wade and wash at the liveliest whitewater fringes of nursery pools where spawned salmon first learn independence and…

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