Monthly Archives: September 2013

Postcard Poetry Fest: 8.19.13

The forests of the past blend, bend into the forest of the present, different trees, different weather, memories hopscotching across time and a poem arrives. Photo Credit:  google images The hem of her skirt catches burrs as she races from … Continue reading

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Postcard Poetry Fest: 8.18.13

The forests of the past blend, bend into the forest of the present, different trees, different weather, memories hopscotching across time and a poem arrives.   Photo Credit:  google images The hem of her skirt catches burrs as she races … Continue reading

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Postcard Poetry Fest: 8.18.13

It does not matter, long or short, a poem shimmers beneath the surface and pops out an image, allows the listener, the reader to see something familiar or unexpected.   Photo Credit:  C.J. Prince She looks with peridot eyes, the … Continue reading

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POSTCARD POETRY FEST: August 17 2013

If you know me, you know how I adore feet.  I practiced reflexology for years in a medical office and I’ve knit more socks than you or I can imagine.  Feet are the root of happiness.  However, I have met … Continue reading

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POSTCARD POETRY FEST: August 16, 2013

Gathering last month’s poems together and posting here is taking much more time than expected.  And here we are on the eve of San Geronimo Feast Day and I’m only half way through August.  Written in a flurry, decorated with … Continue reading

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POSTCARD POETRY FEST: August 15 2013

A poem a day is a great  opportunity to rev up your writing, grab images and find the gem in the mundane.  Here’s another one from August’s Postcard Poetry Fest. “Don’t.”  That’s the first word I remember…a voice from above, … Continue reading

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POSTCARD POETRY FEST: August 14, 2013

This poem came from a prompt to write a poem as a want ad. WANTED Insomniac seeks light sleeper. No snoring, snorting or hawking. Must read Chaucer.  No Virgos. Meet me at the lake on the cusp of midnight Where … Continue reading

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