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TODAY IS NATIONAL POETRY DAY!

What’s your favorite poem? Death Be Not Proud Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadfull, for, thou art not soe, For, those, whom thou think’st, thou dost overthrow, Die not, poore death, nor yet canst

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Welfare “Servants” I Think Not

Welfare Servants I think not Just a number on their clock Why did you choose to serve the public We burden you are you above us? Pressure pounding in my brain Head exploding insane in pain No relief I take

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KITCHEN TABLE

Times gone by Of yesteryear The family tied Made all so clear Kitchen table All surround Mother cooks Clanging sounds Pull out the table Bring in a chair Hurry up Your Father’s here Butter, bread Milk, plates Fill the glasses

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House of Cold

Sick child home from school coughing, sneezing feeling blue Mom wakes up turns up the heat Drops her head and feels defeat Bitter cold is whipping round outside the wind our home its found slipping through the window panes air

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THE WALL

          In moments like last night I can not respond You’ve ruminated this argument too long Your words are like bullets Sharp shooter takes aim I am the one you hit I am the one maimed

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SINGLE MOTHER… Part One

                Single Mother how can this be, this was not supposed to be my reality you see I was raised by Betty Crocker, to cook, clean and wash, make all of the beds,

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MASTER CLASS FOR WRITERS

From “Letters to a Young Poet,” by Rainer Maria Rilke. Translated by Joan M. Burnham. New World Library: 2000.

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Gemineye

“She Said To Listen”   :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mnp5eArXCXs&list=PL94C5EF326DFA5CE8

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E.E.Cummings

  E.E. CUMMINGS / I love this tattoo!

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THE GREAT AFFAIR

The great affair, the love affair with life, is to live as variously as possible, to groom one’s curiosity like a high-spirited thoroughbred, climb aboard, and gallop over the thick, sun-struck hills every day.Where there is no risk, the emotional

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GRATITUDE

Gratitude is an attitude, a choice of thinking and perception Many times life’s circumstance will leave me with deception of hopeless, loss, not enough… you know the words put gratitude in my attitude and it changes my whole world God

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THIRTY WISHES

Thirty Wishes Today They All Came True, Thirty Wishes Because There’s Just One You The characteristics of a righteous man You walk and talk among this foreign land The world today has sadly gone astray It’s ignorance you choose to

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BLANK SLATE – 2012

Blank slate new year Step into my world without any fear My past is the teacher I love and adore The good and the bad and still I need more More lessons are coming I don’t know it all Thank

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15 MINUTES, MAYBE 20…

My Dates

Top Priorities!

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Greener Grass

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence The Truth is it’s not, that grass of pretense Is what you’re perceiving alluring, deceiving Believe in that lie and it’s you that’s misleading That grass of jealousy,

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THE LIMB OF MY TREE… Family

There is a limb, a branch of a tree The limb that I speak of is humbly me This limb is a branch that grows from a tree A tree strong and ancient, wisdom, family The roots of this tree

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Greif

The heavy weight of grief is pressing downThe gray cloud lingers in my head and heartHeaviness is a chore I carry nowWeary to the bone my friend no more Death is a rite of passage to be honoredReason intelligence and

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Boys To Men

              Trying to raise boys into men No time to put paper with pen Sitting on the dock of the bay As my sons’ flip flop floats away Earlier this morning the same bay

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Happy Birthday To Me… August 10

Today is the day that God choose to say let this soul enter the world I will make her a baby girl. So I came down from heaven into a family of seven. I screamed to be heard with rebellion

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The Smell In My Sheets

The Smell In My Sheets The smell in my sheets from the night before Shared together we started an alluring rapport Musky and sweaty and sticky and sweet You take me and make me feel fully complete The hot sex

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