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Mother Earth (a rondeau)

She is not ready for your tomb

Of rancid waste, of filth and doom

There is much life in Mother Earth

A wealth of riches, home and hearth. 133 more words

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Magnolias (a haiku)

So much is said by

Magnolias climbing , striving

Into April skies

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Daffodils (a tanka)

Rain shatters deep earth

Roots burst yellow perfection

Long awaited blooms

Arabesque before the sun

April healing winter’s cold

** Note: Inspired by T.S. Eliot’s ‘The Wasteland’. 27 more words

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The Potion

Witches’ elixir

herbal magick, stark power

swallowed bittersweet

stretching through generations

transforming with enchantment 6 more words

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Acceptance (a haiku)

They ask so meekly

“Accept this.” As if it were

some innocent thing.

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Happy Birthday Jack Kerouac!

He was a wide spirit, a dazzling voice that revealed a landscape of art and metaphor, a believer in humanity, a dreamer, a doer and an explorer of metaphysical consciousness. 721 more words

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Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise Debuts on PBS

I think it would be virtually impossible to make a lackluster film about writer, singer, dancer, actress, poet, director and social activist Maya Angelou. An electrifying presence in every medium she mastered, Dr. 903 more words

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