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Intertwined Forever

No longer wandering
Yet still a bit lost
I have settled into a home
Sense of stability
Still slightly new
Testing my boundaries
Seeing if it is really true… 207 more words
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Super Moon

I shiver under her power

and am numb.

Numb and blue.

As shifting tides,

yield to a Super Moon

bathing unabashed

in a hammerhead bay in the Pacific. 48 more words

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SLEEP..THE NIGHT IS NOT SO DEEP..

Sleep..
The night is not so deep

Sleep..
Before it fades away
Embrace your silence
Hug your worn-out soul

Sleep..
The night is mischievous
It runs away,
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LIFE

call me.

when you can’t
wash out the bitter taste
the world leaves in your mouth
with creations you keep in the
yellow jug in the fridge… 13 more words

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Writer’s Quote Wednesday–A. A. Milne 11/19/14

This is an open invitation to join in on my blogging event called, Writer’s Quote Wednesday.  This is your chance to highlight your favorite author’s quotes that give inspiration to you as a writer.  465 more words

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A Poem from The Writer's Almanac - November 18, 2014

I feel like I’m missing something in my reading of Jeffrey Harrison’s poems. I get and kind of like the the obvious comparison of the mounted moose head and God in today’s poem, but the rhythm seems to lurch and stagger in my ear. 297 more words

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Landshark

Scar me,
Until yours stop to bleed.
Love me,
Until memories are freed.

I’m sorry,
But I’m not your answer.
I’m not the question,
That you need. 208 more words

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