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A Mother's Pride

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I couldn’t resist buying this postcard – isn’t it beautiful? 134 more words


Day 30, NaPoWriMo 2019

A minor family emergency (everyone is okay) and an impending college graduation have diverted my time and attention for more than a week, but today I was able to write. 172 more words


Day 5, NaPoWriMo 2019

The 30/30 Poetry Facebook prompt for Friday was “roadside attraction,” and I was reminded of several posts from Luanne Castle’s Writer’s Site. Much of the language in this poem is borrowed from her. 122 more words


beam me up, scottie - it's Women's History Month!

Last night I took a trip in time travel with Stephanie Rule who narrated a documentary called On the Basis of Sex¬†which looked at the people, places and events that shaped the American woman’s odyssey to become an equal citizen in her own country. 435 more words


Why We Wait for Rain by Luanne Castle

We wait for hours watching the dark unfurling
toward us, unsure
if it will land here at all
whether it carries thunderstorm or haboob
It smells like rain… 67 more words


Luanne Castle (Chapbook Confessions #5)

Chapbook Confessions is a series in which poets discuss, at length, the writing of their most recent collection of poems, in whatever way they desire. For more information on the series, 2,156 more words