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Downriver

We make our beds in rivers
grown old
with the soft rushes
of remembering.

We make our homes
in silent places. In
rhapsodies. Our ears… 105 more words

Poetry

Day 234: Forget...

Hello wild ones! The weekend is nearly over and tomorrow is Monday once again.

I remembered today that I’ve forgotten to tell you a few things from this week. 449 more words

Random 5 for August 21 – Nest building, house projects, festivals

Sharing the wealth – My cat Hazel has an undercoat that rivals a Siberian Husky. I comb her often during the summer and end up with a quart of fur. 193 more words

Humor

Remembering

I was just remembering
     your ’53 Chevy coupe
How on hot summer nights
we’d drive out into the fields
     until we found a canal
     with irrigation water… 163 more words

Poetry

your staccato texts

your staccato texts
arriving in bursts and spurts
offer such promise
they drip with everything sweet
but they wither by morning

For… 13 more words

Tanka

One-Liner Wednesday

Linda G. Hill has chosen Forgetfulness as the theme for this week’s One-Liner Wednesday.

for-get-ful-ness: (noun), the hormone that make us want dessert after a big meal

#1linerWeds

Momnesia

Not sure if there is a term yet for foggy mom brain or not so I made one. I know I’ve touched on it before but I have always been skeptical of mothers and their inability to remember ANYTHING. 959 more words

Personal Experiences