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Ink Blots: Top 6 Poems For Children

by Kariza Montealegre

Hi, Cheer Readers!

Welcome back to Ink Blots, where I’ll be sharing poems – from classic to contemporary, from published to performed pieces – every other Sunday. 615 more words

Bedside Table

// outside face //


: Underneath my outside face :

: There’s a face that none can see :

: A little less smiley :

: A little less sure : 15 more words

Calgary Folk Music Festival: Bobby Bare Jr. back in Calgary for can't-miss set

It’s a message that Bobby Bare Jr. wants known.

He delivers it at the end of interview to promote a pair of appearances in Calgary: the first being his triumphant performance as guitarist for… 952 more words


So, an introvert walks into a party...

An extrovert can walk into a party and get recharged on the energy that’s present. They thrive on their interaction with others, they get stronger and brighter as the night wanes. 1,783 more words


Once I spoke the language of the flowers

“Come! Destiny awaits you, child!” The old woman stretched out her hand waiting for me to grab it. Her dress was made up of type of fabric I had never seen before. 251 more words


Lyric Essentials: Bianca Lynne Spriggs Reads “Sky Seasoning” by Shel Silverstein

Chris: Welcome to Lyric Essentials, where writers and poets share with us a passage or poem which is “essential” to their bookshelf and who they are as a writer. 1,643 more words


Blogging Challenge Day 12

Favorite Childhood Book

Where the Sidewalk Ends By Shel Silverstein