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Day 24 of National Poetry Month. For the prompt “orphaned”.
Day 18 of National Poetry Month, from the prompt “let’s call this what it isn’t”. I found this styrofoam heart on a bench in the shoe department of a Kohl’s. It brought me a smile and I brought it home … Continue reading
Poem #10 for National Poetry Month.
To hold a heart to know it has been broken to cushion it and be a downy place for it to land to carry it within yours despite the cumbersome weight to protect it from marauders and cynics and the … Continue reading
The picture came first and the words second. Sometimes it’s the other way around. I may have been teaching geometry all week. #6 for National Poetry Month
Poem #4 for National Poetry Month In response to the prompt “Hell in the Holy Land”
Poem #3 for National Poetry Month Photo credit-my own IPhone 6 Vero Beach , FL
It’s National Poetry Month and my challenge is to write one each day. Hope you enjoy!