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In praise of the Interrobang?!

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “By the Dots.”

We all have strange relationships with punctuation — do you overuse exclamation marks? Do you avoid semicolons like the plague?
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Daily Prompt

Pro-Planet and Words that Have Power

Outside my windows, the west is on fire. Smoke hangs thick in the Rogue Valley. Friends and neighbors wear masks when they venture out. Below us are the fires in California, burning so hot that they create their own weather. 536 more words

Comedy, Tragedy And What The F...?

Breathe into the bar

Could you please pass the chronic?

Would you like to hear Shakespeare on hydroponics?

Cause

Its Donnie Darkoisms

Mind power shared

Energy and Fate

Moments like these we share… 202 more words

Poem

Cách nhau 2 giờ bay

Hanoi và Saigon cách nhau 2 giờ bay.

Mình sinh ra và lớn lên ở Hanoi, nhưng họ hàng nhà nội phần lớn sống trong Saigon, vì vậy mà từ ngày bé, mỗi khi nhắc đến miền nam là nhắc đến một điều j đó rất thân thương, thân thương lắm. 833 more words

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"I've had some time to think about you"

“How hard would it have been to say some kinder words instead?” sings Patty Griffin in “Long Ride Home.”  I love that line.  No personal pronouns.

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FACEBOOK POST

Oh, for the love of writing…

I have always loved to write and tell stories; short, long and yes, poetry. Not saying that is is all wonderful stuff that everyone in the world should read, at times though my Facebook followers get a glimpse into my love of writing without even knowing it… They just assume I am simply “sharing”. 15 more words

"Flag" on Canada Day

Today is Canada’s 148th birthday. And this year our flag turns 50!

I’m celebrating by reposting my poem “Flag,” written a few years ago.

One of Vancouver’s downtown hotels sported a gigantic Canadian flag during the 2010 Olympics. 286 more words
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