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Poetry Friday

it’s impossible to not have
any expectation
when it comes to you.
i travel the mountains
and chase the sunset
just to get there.
and still. 6 more words


Poetry Friday: Cormorant & Swan

I love taking the train into New York City. Not only is it a great place to observe and eavesdrop on my fellow passengers, I love watching the scenery pass by. 302 more words


Poetry Friday: Two Set Out on Their Journey Galway Kinnell, 1927 - 2014

When my children were young, it was rare to see them apart wherever we went and whatever we did.  No matter where we moved (and we moved a lot), or where we traveled (and we traveled a lot, too), the three of them kept themselves amused and happy with elaborate games and story lines of the “to be continued” variety. 249 more words

Poetry Friday

an e.e. cummings poem for april

“Then it was spring; and in spring anything may happen. Absolutely anything.” ~ E. E. Cummings

Spring, April, Poetry Month: a welcome trifecta of hope, beauty and possibilities. 765 more words

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Celebrate Poetry Friday: Kinders Meet Middle Graders!

For today’s #PoetryFriday, I am linking up with others with Tabatha Yeatts @ her blog, The Opposite of Indifference. Thank you for hosting our gathering today, Tabatha. 539 more words

Poetry Friday

National Poetry Month/Poetry Friday: More "Poetry Cubed!" #5 entries, and a chance to win!

The rumors are true! The news isn’t fake!
The dinos are loose, and they can’t bake a cake!

Ok, well, that’s not actually part of… 1,528 more words


A Book by the Brook — Don't Ask a Dinosaur

Finds tongues in trees, books in running brooks,
Sermons in stones, and good in everything.

— William Shakespeare

This light romp from Deborah Bruss and Matt Forest Esenwine has loads of laughs as dinos try wrapping presents and baking cakes in… 146 more words