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YOU & i by Alisha Howard | Book Review

I loved this gem. The intent behind Alisha Howard’s pen would not be denied. From upper and lowercase wording to bold fonts and strategic spacing; the arrangement of Alisha’s poetry is simple and simply potent…all at the… 209 more words

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Object Lessons: The Horse

Every child who is old enough to read this book, will recollect how his heart has beat, when, after a long absence, he has seen the trees, shrubs, houses, and fences, in the neighborhood of home. 986 more words

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Adventures of the saucy little squirrel…

A gentleman went into the woods to stay all day. He took with him two ears of roasted corn and some bread for dinner. After a while, he sat down under a tree to rest himself, and a little squirrel came capering about. 294 more words

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Recording of "Matthew in the Fountain"

Matthew, age 14 months
Matthew in the Fountain

https://slharperpoetry.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/matthew-in-the-fountain.mp3 (Recorded by Matthew Harper, April 17, 2018)

STEPHANIE L. HARPER

Inspired by my beautiful son (who’ll be turning 20 years old in June!), “Matthew in the Fountain” appears in my new chapbook, … 99 more words

Poetry

Writing A Book: Step 1

Now that I’ve established that I want to write a book, among other things, I just have one question.

How do I actually go about doing it? 583 more words

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Learning to treat animals kindly

Lucy was a very kind little girl. She never struck the kitten, and when she rode out with her father, she never wanted to whip the horse. 842 more words

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Wingspan

When things are meant to flow, sometimes they just flow. Quickly. Especially when creativity and the right timing intersect.

I started a book last month, … 824 more words

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