Category Archives: Wisconsin

“Get back on the mat”

I have several soul cards that I made years ago by choosing magazine images and words that spoke to me and arranging them on a card using my intuition. These cards continue have meaning for me and help me focus … Continue reading

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It is a good day

It is a good day Poured myself a stemmed glass of lime sparkling water, turned on the ceiling fans, and opened the windows to let the pollen come in And the bird song squawks, twerbles and melodic little tunes and … Continue reading

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Soothing rain

Soothing rain Steady tap Slow waggling trees All is green and slick, drinking. Gardens stirring. Motion of water tricking through eaves troughs. Country streams filling lakes, fattening fish. Surfaces dappled with rain drops. Rain drops on a string, a trajectory … Continue reading

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Graceful

Poem #1 –  Stamp collection – National/Global Poetry Writing Month 2017 Graceful Scalloped wings Delicate Strong Graceful Delicate, fleeting as is life Strong, resolute as is spirit Graceful, beautiful as is soul Delicate to the touch and crush Strong enough … Continue reading

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Shooting

Shooting Wednesday: One broken-hearted, broken-egoed, broken-minded man took four lives today. Pain for pain Pain for innocent families Pain for everyday people just at work doing their work-a-day jobs in the wrong place at the wrong time between enraged man … Continue reading

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Oh Betty

Oh Betty Oh Betty Oh how we love thee Your meringue so firm, your pie crust the perfect flake, your coffee cake just the right amount of butter and spice. For 70 years your chiffon cake has made us feel … Continue reading

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Turning to stone

Turning to stone The young have green sticks for bones, skin like Fruit-of-the-Loom waist bands, and toe-head hair piled high in layers of chicken tails. But when the growth hormone turns off, we begin turning to stone. Each birthday is … Continue reading

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