Category: Poetry

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Happy Independence Day!

Happy Birthday America! Earlier this week I was reading a couple of different books of poetry. One is titled Committed To Memory and the other is a volume of American poetry. In the first book is a poem all Americans have heard and most remember a line or two from it,...

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Something to tide you over

Hello my Lunatics! Tonight I will begin to update the blog. I want to change the overall appearance and characteristics, as well as how it operates. I’ve been very happy here at WordPress, but I’m trying to look at the future of my blog and its growth potential. I want to...

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Monday’s Muse: Invisibility

Alright. It’ s Monday, and though I’m running behind today, I am at least here and getting a post out to you. Things have been a bit on the busy side lately but hopefully things will slow down after the 22nd. Today’s poem is one I wrote last month. It’s about...

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I Have A Confession

I am hanging my head in shame. I have been a lazy girl. I have not run since my 5k in April. Not once. At first it was because I pushed myself hard for the 5k run and needed some recovery time. But I haven’t put on my running shoes since...

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Monday’s Muse: Stardust

Last night my friend CJ let me know that she nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award. So, tomorrow’s post will be about that. Today is Monday’s Muse and I have a new one for you. I have recently been reading articles about the stars and how we are, technically, made...

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Thursday’s Are For Writing…and Colds

I am not feeling well. I woke up around 2 a.m. feeling like I’d been in a wreck. My body ached, and I could not get warm despite the sheet, down-alternative comforter, AND fleece blanket I was sleeping under. My throat feels weird, like I have Pop Rock candy stuck in...

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Peace To You, Phenomenal Woman!

Today a legend has left us. The lady who taught me that poetry is more than just written words, that they have to be spoken as well, my hero, the great Maya Angelou has passed away. I am heart-broken, almost literally. This great lady taught me so much in her writing,...

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