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The Fourth Sign of The Zodiac (Part 3) by Mary Oliver

I know, you never intended to be in this world.
But you’re in it all the same.

So why not get started immediately.

I mean, belonging to it. 112 more words


let it go -- the (by e.e. cummings)

let it go – the
e.e. cummings

let it go – the
smashed word broken
open vow or
the oath cracked length
wise – let it go it… 57 more words


Be My Daughter (Times 2)

There’s a time to talk about it
A time to live it up
A time to sit in silence – oh

A time to cry about it… 314 more words

By Casey C. Jones

I'll catch the sun. By Rod McKuen.

I have been reading McKuen’s 1969 poetry book called In Someones shadow, which I have enjoyed a lot. It has the words to the song She that I blogged a few days ago, but here is the last poem of the collection (pp. 96 more words

Charles Elffers

Top 13 Favorite Poems

This is a short list of fantastic poems for National Poetry Month.  Some of these inspire.  Some of these cause you to pause and think about their ending lines and yet, others are simply telling great stories for entertainment value. 55 more words

Don't Hesitate

Don’t Hesitate
Mary Oliver

If you suddenly and unexpectedly feel joy,
don’t hesitate. Give in to it. There are plenty
of lives and whole towns destroyed or about… 86 more words


to this day

I’ve had a lot of different posts saved in my drafts just ready for publishing, but I can’t seem to post any of them. Maybe it doesn’t seem like the right time to post them, or they’re too personal…or maybe both. 180 more words