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The Witch's Memory (revisited) part four

*Here’s part four of The Witch’s Memory. I’m glad so many people are now following :-) Thank you so much! Until next time, have a writeous day!* 830 more words


True Calling

Day eighteen of NaPoWriMo. Today’s challenge is to write a ruba’i, which is a Persian style.

I always thought, I would figure out,
What I wanna do, without a doubt. 72 more words


“A face in the mirror is all that will ever last
If you turn a cheek to poverty and pretend you never asked” ~ James Berkowitz

#poem #quote


Every Other Street Holds a Hero...

Every other Street Holds a Hero

Like the majority,
I didn’t need a war,
To traumatise…
Life exploded, as it does…

I’ll not be thought, 18 more words


Paul Revere's Ride

Today marks the 239th anniversary of Paul Revere’s ride. There were actually several riders involved in the warning ride in Massachusetts, but Longfellow’s poem helps us remember the night that the enemy knocked at our door. 994 more words


Naming ceremony

I’ve had a bit of a to-do this week with the naming of a new poem. I’m not entirely sure that the situation is fully resolved as yet, but the experience has led to a few reflections on the whole process. 487 more words


These Are Our Children

The XANAX Approach to Parenting Confessions of a Scary Mommy: An Honest and Irreverent Look at Motherhood by Jill Smokler

Scribbled portraits with a Picasso edge blanket the hallway walls… 259 more words