Monthly Archives: April 2014

To love her

Here is another from my poetry archives. It was inspired by the Bryan Adam’s song “have you ever really loved a woman?” This song stops me in my tracks when I hear it, because it’s the way i want to … Continue reading

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Lost card

Lost card You sent me a pretty little pink card on Valentine’s Day with sparkles and a forever stamp and a check for our snowed-out, non-refundable girls trip to the beach. It was lost, snail mail gremlins we presumed, but … Continue reading

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Where am I today?

Where am I today? My achy heart is craving sunlight. Throw open the blinds, cast off the blinders, let the tall white sky flow in with its infinitely possibilities. Spring is abloom Let it bloom hope in my heart, green … Continue reading

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Sunday is always a good day for rain

I have been reading some of my own past years poetry…being my own fan. There are hundreds of my poems stuck in my hard drive and more in stacks of journals. It is nice to rediscover something I wrote and … Continue reading

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The perfect child

The perfect child – first nephew The moment you were born all my yearnings for a child were met. You came into this life a kind, wise soul, hard-working and talented, and a true dear man. I have watched you … Continue reading

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Lodestar

Lodestar Star light star bright show me who I am tonight. Through the love in your eyes I see my goodness and beauty clearly, clear as the summer sky in the nectar hour when waking to that raw connection to … Continue reading

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For the love of Ted (my teddy bear)

For the love of Ted (my teddy bear) Inspired by a prompt from NaPoWriMo.net (National Poetry Writing Month) Wrote a poem once in the wisdom of my twenties called “why teddy bears are better than men.” Twenty-five years later, Ted … Continue reading

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