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My Favorite Poem

My favorite poems are ones that, no matter how many times I’ve studied them, drastically change in meaning each time I approach them. My favorite is one by Emily Dickinson: 27 more words


My My, Miss Dickinson

Emily Dickinson reveled in solitude. She was quiet and simple. “I am small like a wren” she described herself to a correspondent who had not yet met her. 192 more words

Emily Dickinson

bird in the stacks

if you need me,
you can find me in the stacks
or in the isle of carrels.
I’ll be the bird of paradise
segmenting the symmetry… 162 more words


Writing from the Interior

“Poetry is our way back to the most private of rooms.” Marianne Boruch

Creative writing is a powerful contemplative practice that dares us to lean in close and listen to what happens most deeply inside ourselves, no matter how noisy the world around us may be. 307 more words


National Potry Month: Day 17

The saddest noise, the sweetest noise,
The maddest noise that grows,-
The birds, they make it in the spring,
At night’s delicious close.

Between the March and April line- 83 more words

30 Day Poetry Challenge Day 15

Day 15 – Post a poem (written by someone else) that you love (for any reason).


“Hope” is the thing with feathers - 74 more words