Category Archives: children

Ours As A Blessing 

DAY 16 of National Poetry Month  A haiku about a boy who has my heart. 

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Hell In the Holiest of Lands

Poem #4 for National Poetry Month  In response to the prompt “Hell in the Holy Land”

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What It Means To Love Without Conditions

The very moment you become a parent your heart cracks open. It’s not just a Lilliputian hairline crack, but a canyonesque fissure, through which your child enters, through which he/she will travel all the days of your life. You will … Continue reading

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14th Picture

My writing group prompt for this day was to take the 14th picture on my phone and write about it. In the middle of the night I counted my pictures and these words found me. Who knew the assignment would … Continue reading

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