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Story Corner With Dr.NanaPlum

‘Tis the wisdom that should speak

Though it’s playing hide & seek ~

Very often hard to find

Is it forward or behind?

Is it up, or  is it down? 111 more words

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Wednesday Poetry Corner: Attention!!! The Internet Detonator sabotaged my call for Mother submissions!

Dear poets, I have caught the bug! Not the bug that drives us to write voraciously from pleasure ~ but the blasted internet detonator that has been going about lately! 205 more words

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Why not write a poem about your mother?

April has been declared International poetry month and The Bardo Group* are celebrating with all things poetry. Plum Tree Books will participate in interNational Poetry Month by publishing a new anthology of poetry. 460 more words

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Jamie Dedes reblogged this on THE POET BY DAY in 2014, My Year of the Horse and commented:

Niamh Clune, C.E.O. of Plum Tree Books (PTB), has announced the intention to publish an anthology offering blogger - poets the possibility of publication. Read on ...

Why Not Write A Poem For Your Mother?

We have started to receive some wonderful entries for our poetry anthology. And the art is also pouring in. I am looking for succinct, say-something-really-special about the subject of MOTHER from any perspective! 129 more words

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Wednesday Poetry Corner: Calling All Poets and Artists!

April has been declared International poetry month. My friends over on the Bardo Group are celebrating with all things poetry. Plum Tree Books will participate in this by publishing a new anthology of poetry. 288 more words

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Back to the Asylum

Spring is here. Sort of. In some places. More importantly, Story-A-Day isn’t far away!

A year ago I got my cancer diagnosis, had several surgeries, lots of doctor visits, and six months of chemo. 103 more words

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Wednesday Poetry Corner With Pendyala Pradeep

I have the great honour to introduce someone today whom I believe to be a genuinely lovely person. Pendyala Pradeep is a reciter of classic Indian poetry and I have posted one of his recitations below. 347 more words

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