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International Women’s Haiku Festival: Poems by Julie Thorndyke

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Julie Thorndyke writes about plump quinces and an overloaded bookshelf in today’s feature of the International Women’s Haiku Festival.

plump quinces… 329 more words

a new poem from penny harter

“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.” ~ from an Irish headstone

I was so pleased to hear from New Jersey poet… 792 more words

Poetry Friday

Recipe? What recipe?

March 2017

Cups, teaspoons and tablespoons are the bane of my life.   Who needs measurements anyway? As I try to write down exact measurements and directions for my recipes, I find I don’t like it one bit. 215 more words

a three course meal with billy collins

“There’s something very authentic about humor, when you think about it. Anybody can pretend to be serious. But you can’t pretend to be funny.” ~ Billy Collins… 1,277 more words

Poetry Friday

Poem of the Day

Mish and Mash

 

I love to cook a mish and mash

A pineapple avocado smash

Cranberry and potato soup

A pea and parsnip ice-cream scoop… 84 more words

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friday feast: renée gregorio's "Solitude Dinner" (+ a recipe)

“I frequently dream of having tea with the Queen.” ~ Hugh Grant

So yes, Hugh’s here.

Funny about that. We have the same recurring dream involving the Queen. 1,396 more words

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Poem of the Day

Beating Eric’s Eating

Young Eric was a little boy who really loved to eat.

In any eating contest he’d be very hard to beat.

His slender older sister wouldn’t ever be his match, 513 more words

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