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Friday Ends

Spend all you have for loveliness,
Buy it and never count the cost;
For one white singing hour of peace
Count many a year of strife well lost,

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Past the Ides of August

I’ve been sending out a poem a day. None on Sunday, two on Monday. Every day a poem. Which is, for me, what August Poetry Postcard Fest is all about – the dailiness which gets you into the habit of sitting down and being ready for the muse. 117 more words

Do The Work

Sneak Peek: The opening scene of "In the Neighborhood of Normal"

CHAPTER
ONE

Monday, October
16, 2017

Mish was pleased as punch with her
new phone. The young sales boy told her it was the latest, most popular smart phone… 1,190 more words

Writing

Then It Rained and was Super Humid

The Storm was fast moving but dropped about 1/2″ of rain.  We all rejoiced because then no watering the garden later!

The biggest “little black rain cloud” ever :)

Pennsylvania

Won't You Be, Won't You Be . . . My Neighbor?

I’m sitting on my front porch, rocking in the chair, listening to the birds chirp as I breathe in the moist morning air at 6 a.m. 258 more words

Creative Writing

Happy Shark Week!

Happy Shark Week from our favorite bottom dweller :)

In The Neighborhood

Food Shopping Poetry

Bananas are yellow like the fever that killed millions of people. 

What can I say…I’m dark.

The Sun is mean and burned me.  A poem by a young lass.  17 more words

In The Neighborhood